When we see Janaja, the tombs’ eyes become wet

Ikram legacy, Aligarh.
The process of carving and burial of graves in cemeteries did not stop. An average of 35-40 people come to Delivery-E-Khaq in the city’s eight cemeteries. In this scene the eyes of the graves also get wet.
Aslam, who is digging the grave in the Sir Syed Nagar cemetery, said that for the first time in his life he is seeing this type of nativity scene, which has 5-7 graves a day. Two graves were carved 16 days ago. Because of the large number of burials, the bones of his body started to hurt.
The work that started in the morning will continue until late in the evening. Six and a half feet long, three feet wide, and deep graves are being dug. The cost of digging the grave varies in different cemeteries. The grave wages at Shahzamal Cemetery are seven hundred rupees. At the same time there is a wage of 1500 rupees in Sir Syed Nagar.
Ashfaq Ahmad, who excavated the grave in Shahjamal Cemetery, said that although there had been a gathering or two at the cemetery in the past few days, the number had increased. An average of 35-40 people come to Delivery-E-Khaq in the city’s eight cemeteries. In this scene the eyes of the graves also get wet.

Ikram heir, Aligarh.

The process of carving and burial of graves in cemeteries did not stop. An average of 35-40 people come to Delivery-E-Khaq in the city’s eight cemeteries. In this scene the eyes of the graves also get wet.

Aslam, who is digging the grave in the Sir Syed Nagar cemetery, said that for the first time in his life he is seeing this type of nativity scene, which has 5-7 graves a day. Two graves were carved 16 days ago. Because of the large number of burials, the bones of his body started to hurt.

The work that began in the morning will continue until late in the evening. Six and a half feet long, three feet wide, and deep graves are being dug. The cost of digging the grave varies in different cemeteries. The grave wages at Shahzamal Cemetery are seven hundred rupees. At the same time there is a wage of 1500 rupees in Sir Syed Nagar.

Ashfaq Ahmad, who excavated the grave in Shahjamal Cemetery, said that although there had been a meeting or two at the cemetery in the past few days, the number had increased. An average of 35-40 people come to Delivery-E-Khaq in the city’s eight cemeteries. In this scene the eyes of the graves also get wet.

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