Gwalior News: Gwalior.AboutGyan Rep. Municipal employee Narendra Singh Chauhan, who was infected in the first wave of corona, was suffering from lung and kidney disease and was undergoing treatment. But his condition deteriorated on Friday and died in the morning. Since Chauhan has two daughters. So the discussion started as to who would do his funeral and who would do the chief fire. But his big winner came out and lit his father as a son. The winner told that daughters can also perform this duty. Chouhan was cremated in the evening at Laxmiganj Muktidham.
57-year-old Narendra Singh Chauhan, a resident of Danaoli in the city, was posted in the Municipal Corporation. Apart from his wife, he is survived by two daughters Vijeta (27 years old) and Ajeta (23 years old). Narendra Kovid became positive in the first wave of Corona. He was treated, but the infection had serious side effects on his lungs and kidneys. He was undergoing treatment for a long time. His condition suddenly deteriorated two days ago and he died on Friday morning. After the death of Narendra, the question was going on in the house and the locality as to who would light the pyre. In such a situation, his elder daughter Vijeta Singh came forward. The winner said that what a son can do, why can’t a daughter do it. After this it was decided in front of everyone that the winner would do all the last actions of his father. The body was taken to Laxmiganj Muktidham. Where the winner gave a fire to his father and told that daughters can also perform this duty. Vijeta Singh himself is also ahead in the field of social service. She has been constantly associated with the Save Beti campaign. If there is any incident against the daughters, the first winner is seen standing in front. In such a situation, his taking this step was not surprising. Everyone is proud of his courage.