Who should pay for GPK's funeral expenses? His Family, Party, or the Government?

Girija Prasad Koirala was one of the most prominent politicians of Nepal in recent history. He passed away on 20 March, 2010 and was cremated at Aryaghat, Pashupatinath with full state honours on 21 March, 2010. Nine months after his funeral, the Pashupati Area Development Trust (PADT) is still waiting for payment of the 2.5 million spent on prasad distribution on the 13th day rituals.

Deputy Prime Minister Sujata Koirala had hosted a dinner party at Bankali on Pashupatinath premises on the 13th day death ritual of the late leader and the Trust had borne the total expenditure of the dinner following assurances that the money would soon be repaid. Unfortunately, PADT Member Secretary Sushil Nahata, had provided the money without formal decision from the board. Now he is under pressure to collect the money.

But the Government, Nepali Congress and GPK's daughter Sujata Koirala have remained silent over paying back the money. While the Government had decided to cremate GPK with full state honours, it says that the 13th day rituals were family-related and hence it does not have to pay for it. This means that either the Nepali Congress or Sujata Koirala should pay PADT the 2.5 million owed to them. It is shameful that both of them are quiet on the matter and the news has now made it to the editorial section of the Kantipur. What would GPK think about this?  His own daughter and his own party are refusing to pay for his cremation expenses!