Gas crematorium does not insist on burial with wood – Insist on burial with gas crematorium not made of wood

Varanasi. A second machine was also put into operation in the gas crematorium in Harishchandra Ghat from Wednesday. The ghat is not as violent as it was before. Humans give priority to burning bodies on wood over machines. Chief engineer in charge of the gas crematorium, Ajay Ram, said the bodies of a total of 26 people who died of Corona were cremated. 11 machines and the rest were burned on the wood. Those who arrived with the bodies were cremated with wood by cutting slips instead of gas. People chose to have free rites for wood because of the city administration’s facility. On Wednesday, 26 documents were cut in the CNG crematorium. Only 11 rites were performed with gas. The ovens remained empty even after the start of both gas chambers. Family members choose wood even after a long wait and the risk of infection is high. Until a few days ago, most people used gas to cremate due to the high number of bodies and the arbitrary price of wood.
More than 60 bodies were cremated with wood on Wednesday at Harishchandra Ghat. The number at Manikarnika Ghat was more than 120. 10 bodies were cremated at the temporary ghat in front of the ghat. Zone officer Rameshwar Dayal said the final rites of those who died of six coronas were performed in front of the ghat.
Meanwhile, Community Commissioner Gaurang Rathi was inspecting the electric crematorium in Harishchandraghat. He asked the cleaning staff and the staff at the registration desk for sanitation and fogging of the crematorium, the PPE kit. N95 masks were also distributed to several employees.

Varanasi. A second machine was also put into operation in the gas crematorium in Harishchandra Ghat from Wednesday. The ghat is not as violent as it was before. Humans give priority to burning bodies on wood over machines. Chief engineer in charge of the gas crematorium, Ajay Ram, said the bodies of a total of 26 people who died of Corona were cremated. 11 machines and the rest were burned on the wood. Those who arrived with the bodies were cremated with wood by cutting slips instead of gas. People chose to have free rites for wood because of the city administration’s facility. On Wednesday, 26 documents were cut in the CNG crematorium. Only 11 rites were performed with gas. The ovens remained empty even after the start of both gas chambers. Family members choose wood even after a long wait and the risk of infection is high. Until a few days ago, most people used gas to cremate due to the high number of bodies and the arbitrary price of wood.

More than 60 bodies were cremated with wood on Wednesday at Harishchandra Ghat. The number at Manikarnika Ghat was more than 120. 10 bodies were cremated at the temporary ghat in front of the ghat. Zone officer Rameshwar Dayal said the final rites of those who died of six coronas were performed in front of the ghat.

Meanwhile, Community Commissioner Gaurang Rathi was inspecting the electric crematorium in Harishchandraghat. He asked the cleaning staff and the staff at the registration desk for sanitation and fogging of the crematorium, the PPE kit. N95 masks were also distributed to several employees.

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