Odisha: Jagatsinghpur Nonagenarian man returns home after 3 years missing

Report by Kahnu Nanda; Jagatsinghpur: A 90 year old man who had been missing from Puri 3 years ago returned his native village on Wednesday. The home coming man was identified as Maheswar Bhoi a resident of ward number 6 in Marchiapada village under Jagatsinghpur municipal area.
Three years ago he had visited Puri but did not return village, a missing case had registered with Jagatsinghpur police station. Police had launched a haunt tracing the victim nonagenarian man but yielded no result later family members had lost faith his survival.
But it became a phenomenon that an NGO operating an old age home in Jaipur in Rajasthan state informed the victim family two weeks ago that Maheswar was alive and process has taken his smooth home coming to Odisha.
Jubilant family members and fellow villagers had surprised over the miracle awaited Maheswar’s arrival later the former reached village on Wednesday accompanied by the old age home volunteers.
According to them Maheswar had boarded a Rajasthan bound train three years ago at Puri and later reached at Jaipur. After spending few days in railway platform he had detected by an NGO volunteers who took him to old age home, Maheswar’s identification did not discover causing language barrier as he had known only Odia.
Surprisingly one Odia woman Aparajita Gandha a resident of Balikuda area had met Maheswar in the old age home after knowing his identity she had telephoned one of his uncle Atulya Das an inhabitant Sujanga village near to Marchiapada, later Atulya and Maheswar had conversed each other’s. Basing on Aparajita information’s with regards to Maheswar identity the NGO volunteers acted promptly and finally transferred him to Odisha who reached village on Wednesday.

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