The surge in COVID-19 deaths has left households scrambling to search for house to cremate their family members as bodies have piled up for cremation and several other crematoriums are dealing with house shortages. In one such incident, a crematorium in Bengaluru’s Chamrajpet, which ran out of house, put up a ‘Housefull’ board on the gate.
The crematorium, which takes at the least greater than 20 bodies for cremation daily, put up a board saying no extra bodies will probably be taken up for cremation. There are 13 electrical crematoriums within the metropolis.
The ‘Housefull’ board was later faraway from the gate of the cremation floor.
Ganesh, a neighborhood resident mentioned that the signboard was positioned on the gate however later when individuals began questioning the authorities the signboard was eliminated.
The income division of the Karnataka authorities has allotted 230 acres of land for the cremation after physique circulate into the chromatin is elevated because of the variety of covid deaths elevated within the state.
Medi Agrahara BBMP crematorium, Sumanahalli Crematorium, Chamarajanagar Crematory, Wilson Garden Crematory, Hebbal Crematorium are receiving greater than 20 bodies per day for the fee which is creating an issue for the cremation.
Meanwhile, Karnataka reported 44,438 contemporary Covid circumstances together with 22,112 circumstances in Bengaluru Urban, 20,901 discharges and 239 deaths on Monday.
(With ANI inputs)