Her mother Tilakwa Devi, 60, can't stop weeping seeing her youngest daughter's condition that she says makes her look like a 'corpse'.
"I was always weak and could never run fast. I was a slow walker and as I grew up, I had to push my left leg. This is when my mother took me to a doctor for treatment. The bone specialist operated on my left leg but after a month, I couldn't move the leg."
"It is a rare congenital disease where the bones starts weakening and due to low density, they start shrinking. "It is not a completely curable disease but with medication, she can be given some relief."