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Neighbors object on cremation of covid warrior

The body of a lady working in a Covid-19 isolate focus couldn’t be incinerated for just about three hours in Odisha’s Ganjam area, as the neighbors evaded it over feelings of trepidation of Covid-19 contamination, her significant other has asserted.

K Asanta Patra, a 55-year-old anganwadi chief who worked in an isolate focus in Kankarada town of Sanakhemundi square, had returned home on June 28 after she created side effects of Covid-19 and was exhorted home isolate. On Saturday evening, she whined of breathing issues after which her significant other Dukhishyam Patra surged her to an administration emergency clinic in Berhampur town. Be that as it may, she passed on in while in transit to the medical clinic. Neglecting to get a funeral wagon van or emergency vehicle to return the body to the town, Patra brought the body in an autorickshaw. Be that as it may, his neighbors set up a solid opposition requesting that he reclaim the body. “A considerable lot of them obnoxiously manhandled me saying my significant other must have kicked the bucket of Corona while others took steps to thump me for carrying my better half’s body to my home. Seeing the resentment of my neighbors, I fled with the body,” he said.

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