These 1,654 bodies were kept in plastic air tight bags from authorized hospitals for various Kovid-19s in the city.
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In April, 2,557 bodies were cremated in two cremation ghats and one cemetery in the capital Bhopal, according to the protocol of Kovid-19, while in Bhopal district, according to government data, only 104 people died in April from this epidemic. According to the records of these two cremation ghats and a cemetery, a total of 3,811 people were cremated from April 1 to April 30 of which 2,557 bodies were cremated according to the protocol of Kovid-19.
However, according to the Kovid-19 bulletins of the Madhya Pradesh government, from April 1 to April 30, only 104 people died in Bhopal due to Corona virus infection. State Congress President and former Chief Minister of the state Kamal Nath targeted the BJP-led state government for mismanagement of Kovid-19 and termed it as ‘criminal negligence’ done by the administration to suppress the death toll in Madhya Pradesh and An attempt is being made to hide.
Deaths due to Kovid-19 in the state are not being hidden
However, Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra said that deaths from Kovid-19 are not being hidden in the state. “A total of 2,052 dead bodies were cremated at Bhadbhada Vishram Ghat from April 1 to April 30,” Mdtesh Sharma, secretary of the Bhadbhada Vishram Ghat Management Committee, told PTI-language on Sunday. Of these, 1,654 bodies were cremated according to the protocol of Kovid-19.
He said that these 1,654 bodies were kept in plastic air-tight bags from various hospitals authorized for various Kovid-19 in the city. Bhadbhada Vishram Ghat is one of the big cremation ghats of Hindus in the state capital Bhopal. Sharma said that Kovid-19 patients are allowed to be cremated in Bhadbhada Vishram Ghat, Subhash Nagar Vishram Ghat and Jhada Cemetery Jahangirabad in Bhopal. While, the manager of Subhash Nagar Vishram Ghat in the city, Shobhraj Sukhwani, told that In April, 1,386 bodies were cremated at the Ghat.
727 dead bodies were cremated as per Kovid-19 protocol.
He said that of these 727 bodies were cremated according to the protocol of Kovid-19. These bodies were kept in plastic air-tight bags from authorized hospitals for various Kovid-19s in the city. Sukhwani told that besides these, some other bodies were cremated according to the protocol of Kovid-19, because their family said that they died of pneumonia and lung infection.
Rehan Golden, chairman of the management committee of Jhada Cemetery Jahangirabad, said, “Last month, a total of 373 bodies were buried in our (Muslim) cemetery.” Of these, 176 were buried according to the protocol of Kovid-19, while 42 bodies were buried on suspicion of death due to corona virus. “However, according to Kovid-19 bulletins of the Madhya Pradesh government from April 1 to April 30, this In April, only 104 people died due to corona virus infection in Bhopal, whereas since February last year, a total of 742 people have died due to this disease.
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