About 50 ashes who are waiting for their people. These urns are still kept for the immersion process of the last rites according to the belief of Hinduism.
Haldwani: In the second wave of Covid-19, the situation in the state was very bad. The situation had become such that people had to line up for the last rites in the crematoriums. In Hinduism, the process of funeral rites is considered to be the greatest for the peace of the soul. Not only this, bone immersion is done in Haridwar. But, this news will make you think. The ashes of dead bodies cremated during Covid-19 are still waiting for their people at Rajpura crematorium in Haldwani.
Still waiting ashes are waiting for loved ones
About 50 ashes who are waiting for their people. These urns are still kept for the immersion process of the last rites according to the belief of Hinduism. But since the month of May, that is, since the second wave of Covid slowed down, even after a long time, no one has come to collect the ashes till date.
These ashes will be immersed in Haridwar
During the second wave of Covid-19 in the month of April-May, dozens of dead bodies were being cremated here daily. In which the relatives of many people have taken the ashes of their loved ones. But, still 50 ashes are still present in the cremation ground. According to Mukti Dham officials, If soon their relatives do not come to collect the ashes, then the committee will take a collective meeting and decide that all the ashes should be immersed in Haridwar according to Hindu rituals so that the departed souls can get peace.
No information regarding family members
During the second wave of covid, more than 500 bodies were brought for the last rites at Rajpura Mukti Dham. Munshi Bhagirasan Prasad of the cremation ground says that during Covid-19, people were leaving the dead body at the crematorium. Whose last rites were performed by the committee. Many people have taken the ashes of their loved ones, now there are 50 bone urns, whose relatives have not reached here yet. There is no information whether the relatives will come or not.