mohan paswan father of bihar’s cycle girl who rode him from gurugram to home town darbhanga last year dies | Darbhanga Cycle Girl Jyoti broken mountain of sorrows, father died due to heart attack

mohan paswan father of bihar’s cycle girl who rode him from gurugram to home town darbhanga last year dies |  Darbhanga Cycle Girl Jyoti broken mountain of sorrows, father died due to heart attack


New Delhi: Daughters are not a burden. Now she is carrying the entire house. There are not one or two but thousands of examples in the country where daughters are celebrating their ability and ability, while illuminating the name of their parents. One such daughter of India is currently in shock because her father is no longer in this world.

Here is the talk of Cycle Girl Jyoti Kumari of Bihar, who took his father on a bicycle during the lockdown in the country last year due to Corona Pandemic, Darbhanga from Gurugram in his home district. (Gurugram to Darbhanga). Since then, his family was living there.

Father of ‘Cycle Girl’ passed away

Jyoti Kumari, who brought her injured father from Haryana (Haryana) to Bihar (Bihar) while traveling on a cycle of about 1200 km in eight days, suddenly got dark in the life when her father Mohan Paswan died. According to the news published in the Indian Express, on Monday, his father died of a heart attack.

DM expressed grief

DM of Darbhanga district, Dr. SM Thyagarajan confirmed the death, while he said that BDO of the concerned Singhbara block has been sent to Sirhulli village to assist and pay tribute to the deceased.

Last year, when Jyoti reached her village after putting her father on a bicycle, the whole country was stunned to see his courage. Because of this step, Jyoti became known as the ‘Cycle Girl’ of the country.

Silence in the village

At the same time, after the news came through the family, there was a muted silence in the village. At the same time, an appeal is being made for the help of Jyoti on social media. At the time of lockdown, Jyoti’s mother and other relatives lived in the village, while Jyoti used to live in Gurugram, close to Delhi, to take care of her father.

Jyoti Kumari came into the limelight when a large number of workers were returning to their homes from other cities as migrant workers and workers across the country stalled their jobs due to the lockdown during the onset of the Corona epidemic.



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