Bhilwara: The condition of the horrors of the corona is that after the death of corona infection in the city, only the family are shying away to take the dead bodies to Mokshadham. In such a situation, the city council is performing the last rites, considering the dead bodies as unclaimed. The city council has performed the last rites of 59 such bodies in 9 days.
Chairman Rakesh Pathak informed that the death toll of corona-infected people in hospitals is increasing continuously. In such a situation, the ambulance of the city council is transporting the dead bodies to Mokshadham. Here the workers appointed by the city council are removing the dead bodies. Funeral crews are also doing the same in PPE kits. He said that most of the dead bodies are those whose family refused to perform the last action of the dead body.
Maximum 13 funerals
The city council is performing the last rites of such dead bodies. There were 13 funerals at Panchmukhi Mokshadham on Tuesday. He informed that to overcome the lack of oxygen in the city, a proposal has been sent to the government to set up an oxygen plant at MGH.
Nine Shops Sealed
Commissioner Durga Kumari visited the markets during the morning curfew in the city. In the meantime, he seized nine shops, despite not getting permission, on getting them open. However, despite building the house near the delivery, the shop was cancelled with the operators for opening the shop and selling the goods. During this time a fine of 4300 rupees was also recovered from the shopkeepers.