Cremation got expensive during the Corona period – funeral costs during the Corona transition

Moradabad The second wave of the corona virus is getting deadlier. Alam is that in Moradabad more than 50 people are cremated every day, with more than ten corpses of corona infected patients per day. Your relatives have to wait ten to twelve hours to cremate the bodies.
In the transition from Corona, the cost of cremation has become expensive, while the number of employees in Mukti Dham has started to decline. The problem of families suffering as a result is increasing. Ajay Katta, president of Mokshadham Ramganga Vihar, headed by the Bharat Vikas Parishad Friendship, said that three employees used to perform the final rites, but now only one employee performs the funeral. His health is also deteriorating. In Mokshadham, the county administration does not provide sanitation. 13 bodies were cremated on Saturday, while seven bodies were cremated on Sunday. Six of these seven bodies belong to corona infected patients.
He says that a receipt of Rs 3,100 will be deducted for the funeral, no increase has been made, but now the problem is with the wood. The wood was finished on Sunday, then 80 quintals of wood were later named. There used to be 500 quintals of wood available, which now have to be bought for up to 600 rupees. At the same time, Munavvar, a bamboo shopkeeper from Kotwali, said he was getting bamboo from Zoya. The bamboo prices have risen. The bamboo that used to get one hundred rupees is now available for 150 rupees.
Naveen, a shopkeeper in Dewan’s Market, said the shroud was previously ordered from Delhi, but now we have to buy fabric in bulk from Moradabad itself due to the Delhi lockdown. While shroud prices have not increased, there is a problem due to the lockdown. Grocer Ashish Kumar said the price of 50 grams of camphor used to be 110 rupees, which has now increased from 120 to 125 rupees. At the same time, Bura receives 45 rupees per kg instead of 40 rupees. There was no difference in the price of rose water and makhane.

Moradabad The second wave of the corona virus is getting deadlier. Alam is that in Moradabad more than 50 people are cremated every day, with more than ten corpses of corona infected patients per day. Your relatives have to wait ten to twelve hours to cremate the bodies.

In the transition from Corona, the cost of cremation has become expensive, while the number of employees in Mukti Dham has started to decline. The problem of families suffering as a result is increasing. Ajay Katta, president of Mokshadham Ramganga Vihar, headed by the Bharat Vikas Parishad Friendship, said that three employees used to perform the final rites, but now only one employee performs the funeral. His health is also deteriorating. In Mokshadham, the county administration does not provide sanitation. 13 bodies were cremated on Saturday, while seven bodies were cremated on Sunday. Six of these seven bodies belong to corona infected patients.

He says that a receipt of Rs 3,100 will be deducted for the funeral, no increase has been made, but now the problem is with the wood. The wood was finished on Sunday, then 80 quintals of wood were later named. There used to be 500 quintals of wood available, which now have to be bought for up to 600 rupees. At the same time, Munavvar, a bamboo shopkeeper from Kotwali, said he was getting bamboo from Zoya. The bamboo prices have risen. The bamboo that used to get one hundred rupees is now available for 150 rupees.

Naveen, a shopkeeper in Dewan’s Market, said the shroud was previously ordered from Delhi, but now we have to buy fabric in bulk from Moradabad itself due to the Delhi lockdown. While shroud prices have not increased, there is a problem due to the lockdown. Grocer Ashish Kumar said the price of 50 grams of camphor used to be 110 rupees, which has now increased from 120 to 125 rupees. At the same time, Bura receives 45 rupees per kg instead of 40 rupees. There was no difference in the price of rose water and makhane.

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