News Desk, Tech for FTCP, Mathura
Updated Sun, 13 Sep 2020 07:40 PM IST
Family standing on Moksha Dham
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- Death in a road accident in Etawah, doctors declared Corona positive
- Returned to relatives who reached Mokshadham with dead body, cremation done at Dhruv Ghat
Arvind Kumar, a resident of Mahendra Nagar Pali Kheda, died on 11 September in the accident on the Lucknow Expressway near Etawah. He was corona infected. It took three days to bring Arvind's body to Mathura. The Mathura and Etawah Health Departments kept avoiding responsibility for the vehicle on each other.
When the family came to Mathura on Sunday with their dead bodies, they reached Mokshadham for the last rites. The Mokshdham Steering Committee refused to burn the body. The distraught family kept pleading with the officials of the Mokshdham Steering Committee for three hours, but they refused to perform the last rites of the body due to being a corona patient.
In this regard, Govind Nagar Police Station Ajay Kumar Singh said that the Moksha Dham Steering Committee had refused to burn the dead body. He said that there is no arrangement for cremation of such a body at Dhruv Ghat. So we asked him to take the dead body to Dhruv Ghat.
Doctor of Health Department Dr. Bhudakav Singh said that he will take action against the culprits in this case. He will file a report against the Moksha Dham Steering Committee. The deceased's brother Pawan told that he has performed the last rites of his brother at Dhruv Ghat.