Health – 73 pyre burned in two days, 28 cremated under covid rules

Shahjahanpur. The number of deaths in the city has increased almost tenfold due to the corona epidemic. On the usual days, a pyre or two was lit daily at the cremation site at Moksha Dham and Garra, which was built on the Khannaut River ghat in the city. These days, 15 to 20 pyrenees burn every day. About half of these people have a funeral pyre, the last rites of which were performed according to covidic rules. The situation is that on the cremation site the platforms for burning pyrene fall, due to which many have to perform the final rites on the ground below.
The city has two cremation sites. One of them is called Moksha Dham at the Ghat des Khannaut. The second cremation site is in the Garra Gorge. Ramvali is mainly looked after by these two cremation sites. Ramvali said that one or two first funerals were held each day. But after the outbreak of the corona epidemic, the number of corpses has multiplied. This will lay the line for the funeral. As the number of corpses increases, the pyre platforms decrease. Given the situation, new platforms for crematoria are being built on the cremation site.
According to Ramavali, 19 bodies were brought to the Khannaut Moksha Dham for the final rites on Monday. Of these, five were cremated according to covid rules. 17 bodies were cremated there on Tuesday, four of which were cremated according to covid rules. Similarly, the cremation site on the Garra River cremated 23 bodies on Monday. Of these, 13 were cremated according to covid rules. At 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 14 bodies were brought there, six of which were cremated according to covid rules. Some similar situations exist in cemeteries.
New platforms have to be built after 23 years
The number of corpses arriving at the cremation ghats on the banks of Khanaut and Garra has increased so much that the platforms for the final rites have been reduced. Construction of new platforms for the cremation ghats began on Tuesday. Ramwali said new platforms need to be built on the Khannaut River Moksdham after 23 years. So far there have been 16 platforms in Khannaut Mokshadham. Eight platforms are currently being built. There were also 13 platforms on the cremation site on the banks of the Garra, four new platforms are being built there.

Shahjahanpur. The number of deaths in the city has increased almost tenfold due to the corona epidemic. On the usual days, a pyre or two was lit daily at the cremation site at Moksha Dham and Garra, which was built on the Khannaut River ghat in the city. These days, 15 to 20 pyrenees burn every day. About half of these people have a funeral pyre, the last rites of which were performed according to Covidian rules. The situation is that on the cremation site the platforms for burning pyrene fall, due to which many have to perform the final rites on the ground below.

The city has two cremation sites. One of them is called Moksha Dham at the Ghat des Khannaut. The second cremation site is in the Garh Gorge. Ramvali is mainly looked after by these two cremation sites. Ramwali said that one or two funerals were held every day. But after the outbreak of the corona epidemic, the number of bodies has multiplied. This will lay the line for the funeral. The number of crematoriums is falling as the number of corpses increases. Given the situation, new platforms for crematoria are being built on the cremation site.

According to Ramavali, 19 bodies were brought to the Khannaut Moksha Dham for the final rites on Monday. Five of them were cremated according to covidic rules. 17 bodies were cremated there on Tuesday, four of which were cremated according to covid rules. Similarly, the cremation site on the Garra River cremated 23 bodies on Monday. Of these, 13 were cremated according to covid rules. At 5 p.m. on Tuesday, 14 bodies were brought there, six of which were cremated according to covidic rules. Some similar situations exist in cemeteries.

New platforms have to be built after 23 years

The number of corpses arriving at the cremation ghats on the banks of Khanaut and Garra has increased so much that the platforms for the final rites have been reduced. Construction of new platforms for the cremation ghats began on Tuesday. Ramwali said new platforms need to be built on the Khannaut River Mokshadam after 23 years. So far there have been 16 platforms in Khannaut Mokshadham. Eight platforms are currently being built. There were also 13 platforms on the cremation site on the banks of the Garra, and four new platforms are being built there.

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