Last year a woman in India's northern state of Bihar was told her daughter's rapist had died and the case against him closed. She questioned the claim and uncovered the truth, leading to the reopening of the case and ultimately securing justice for her daughter. The BBC's Soutik Biswas investigates a remarkable tale of perseverance. On a balmy morning possibly in February last year, two men arrived at a cremation ground on the banks of the Ganges, India's holiest river. They were there to perform a Hindu funeral rite. The men were lugging firewood, but were strangely not carrying a corpse. บาคาร่าออนไลน์77 Once they reached the cremation ground, things took a bizarre turn. The men built a pyre on the ground. Then, one of them laid himself down on the pyre, covered himself with a white shroud and closed his eyes. The other piled more wood on until only the first man's head was visible outside the cage of sticks.
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