Bihar: Over 150 dead bodies found dumped in Ganga in Buxar district triggering Covid fears |

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There are fears that the our bodies could also be of Covid sufferers.&nbsp

Key Highlights

  • The native alleged that over 150 useless our bodies had been discovered dumped at Mahadev Ghat
  • There are fears that the our bodies could also be of Covid sufferers.

Buxar: There appears to be no reduction from miseries because the second wave of coronavirus pandemic rages throughout the nation. Native residents within the Buxar district of Bihar woke as much as scary scenes on Monday as they discovered decomposed and bloated our bodies on the banks of the Ganges. 

The native alleged that over 150 useless our bodies had been discovered dumped at Mahadev Ghat on the banks of river Ganga in Chausa village. The our bodies had been prone to be washed downstream the place stray canine and different animals would feed on them additional triggering the unfold of COVID-19 pandemic. 

There are fears that the our bodies could also be of Covid sufferers. For the reason that district’s border is closed to Uttar Pradesh, there’s a suspicion that the our bodies could have washed up from another place within the state. 

Even the villagers in Buxar had been shocked as to how so many our bodies washed up on the banks.

Buxar administration officers imagine the our bodies could have come from UP. Nonetheless, the locals claimed that individuals from different villages located on the banks of Ganga dumped the our bodies within the river. 

Different stories recommend that the our bodies had been dumped within the river as a result of excessive price of expenditure on funeral. Many imagine the our bodies had been of the individuals who succumbed to Covid-19. 

“The our bodies floating within the river are of the individuals contaminated with Covid-19. I’ve seen 35-40 our bodies since morning. Some individuals immersed the our bodies into the river whereas others disposed of half-burnt our bodies within the water,” a report in Occasions of India quoted a villager as saying. 

Issuing a press release on the incident after a probe, Buxar district Justice of the Peace Aman Sarin stated the 30 our bodies had been 3-Four days outdated and weren’t from Buxar.

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