Since the daughter corresponded to the son, father gave the father a fire in Varanasi

Newspaper stand, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Geetarjun Gautam
Updated Thursday April 29, 2021 10:41 PM IST

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The Superintendent Engineer of Electricity Department dies of Corona, a funeral in Harishchandra Ghat

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– Photo: Amar Ujala

The social fabric has deteriorated as a result of the corona epidemic in Varanasi. If no one gets four shoulders, then only daughters do the sons’ duty. Gorakhpur-based superintendent engineer MN Goel from the electricity division died of corona on Thursday.He was cremated in Harishchandra Ghat. His older daughter Nimisha Goyal lit the father’s eyes and everyone there flashed. Nimisha Goyal conducted the liturgy of the Son’s religion. MN Goyal has been transferred to the Mirzapur Electricity Works Board. Here the family lives in the assigned accommodation in the Hydil colony. He is survived by his wife and two daughters.

According to the department, he has been treated at Heritage for the past 15 days. Some relatives also attended the funeral. Vinod Pal, present at Harishchandra Ghat, said that Corona showed people the truth. Neither neighbors, strangers nor relatives come. Few family members are forced to cremate the ghat. Our older father also passed away. Corpses came here to be cremated. Looking at the scene here, it seems that this is happening. It is a matter of luck that daughters also fulfill the son’s duty to the top.

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The social fabric has deteriorated as a result of the corona epidemic in Varanasi. If no one gets four shoulders, then only daughters do the sons’ duty. Gorakhpur-based superintendent engineer MN Goel from the electricity division died of corona on Thursday.

He was cremated in Harishchandra Ghat. His older daughter Nimisha Goyal lit the father’s eyes and everyone there flashed. Nimisha Goyal performed the liturgy of the Son’s religion. MN Goyal has been transferred to the Mirzapur Electricity Works Board. Here the family lives in the assigned accommodation in the Hydil colony. He is survived by his wife and two daughters.

According to the department, he has been treated at Heritage for the past 15 days. Some relatives also attended the funeral. Vinod Pal, present at Harishchandra Ghat, said that Corona showed people the truth. Neither neighbors, strangers nor relatives come. Few family members are forced to cremate the ghat. Our older father also passed away. Corpses came here to be cremated. Looking at the scene here, it seems that this is happening. It is a matter of luck that daughters overdo the son’s duty too.

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