The body came out of the sand in Phaphamau Ghat, so far 26 bodies have been found

Prayagraj News: Due to the incessant rains and the rise in the water level of Ganga, the bodies buried in Phapmau Ghat are coming out.
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The risk of erosion in the Ganges has increased due to rain. Another body buried in the sand turned up outside in Phaphamau Ghat on Friday. After receiving the information, the corpse was removed and the final rites were performed. This means that the number of corpses that come out of the sand through logging has risen to 26. It is said that if this situation continues, some corpses buried with Phaphamu in Chhatnag Ghat may come out. Currently, the administration has stepped up surveillance of the ghats in the face of the rains.

On Friday, the erosion at Pphahamau Ghat increased throughout the day under rain. As the sand dissolved, another corpse appeared outside. The body was that of a tall young man. There was also clothing on this corpse that was removed from the sand. That is, the state in which he died, just as he was brought to the ghat and buried. Zone officer Neeraj Kumar Singh arrived at the ghat after receiving information about another corpse that came out of the sand.
He also set fire to this corpse with rituals and Shradh. It is expected that many more corpses will emerge from the sand at this ghat. Because of the continuous harvest, there is a possibility of increasing the problems. It is said that if this situation continues and the flow in the Ganges increases, it becomes difficult to control the situation. The main concern is to prevent the bodies coming out of the river from flowing into the Ganges. Local officials say that if even a single body is washed away, the problems cannot be ruled out.The extent of erosion is increasing, and sand has moved away from many more corpses buried in the distance. When the bodies buried in the sand for months came out, a foul smell spread on the ghat and there is also a risk of contagion. In the ghat and the surrounding area, too, people lost sleep after burial in the sand and sighting of the corpses. However, government surveillance on Phahamau Ghat has been tightened after the rains and the scale of the cuts has continued to increase.

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The risk of erosion in the Ganges has increased due to rain. Another body buried in the sand turned up outside in Phaphamau Ghat on Friday. After receiving the information, the corpse was removed and the final rites were performed. This means that the number of corpses that come out of the sand through logging has risen to 26. It is said that if this situation continues, some corpses buried with Phaphamu in Chhatnag Ghat may come out. Currently, the administration has stepped up surveillance of the ghats in the face of the rains.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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