Society has boycotted the person.
Maharashtra Latest news in Hindi: SDPO said that one of the two sons of Ongle has lodged a complaint with the police on the issue of social boycott and after this an FIR was registered against Gondhali Panchayat.
Chandrapur (Maharashtra). In Chandrapur town of Maharashtra, the society did not prosper even after the death of a person who was facing social boycott for years by the members of his community for marrying outside the caste and only seven daughters and two sons of the victim performed the last rites of the father. Chandrapur circle sub-divisional police officer (SDPO) SR Nandedkar said that Prakash Ongle (55), a resident of Bhangram locality, was being boycotted by the Gondhali community panchayat for the past 25 years because he had married a woman from another caste.
“He died on Sunday evening and when no one from his community came to help in the last rites, his seven daughters and sons carried the body on their shoulders and performed the last rites,” he said.
Complaint of social boycott lodged with police
The SDPO said that one of the two sons of Ongle has filed a police complaint on the issue of social boycott and thereafter an FIR was lodged against Gondhali panchayat.Also read:- The public was happy with the opening of the restaurant in Unlock, but the owners are still sad…
Meanwhile, Chandrapur MLA Kishor Jorgewar supported the bereaved family and went to their house and offered financial assistance for studies.