Things are going awry due to Coronavirus epidemic in Delhi. Alam is that people are not able to find a place even for the last rites of the dead.
New Delhi: As the outbreak of Coronavirus epidemic in Delhi (Delhi) has increased, the death toll has increased drastically. Due to this, people are not even able to find a place for the funeral of Corona dead in Delhi.
Can’t find a place for funeral
According to the information, people are not able to find a place in cremation ghats and cemeteries for the last rites of their families who died from Corona. In many places, it is taking 2-3 days to cremate the dead. Describing this situation as worrying, a petition has been filed in the Delhi High Court.
High court issued notice
The petition demanded that the Delhi government and the three municipal corporations should be ordered to increase the site for the funeral of the dead in the city. Taking cognizance of the petition, the High Court has issued notice to all the parties and sought answers.
Delhi High Court issues notice to Delhi government, municipal corporations on a plea seeking an urgent increase in the number of cremation grounds/burial sites in the national capital#COVID19
— ANI (@ANI) May 4, 2021
Let us tell you that the Corona epidemic in Delhi is at its peak. The condition is that all the hospitals in the city are full of beds and people are not getting admission in any hospital despite the recommendations.
Corona in Delhi worsens the situation
The shortage of oxygen has made the situation worse in Delhi. So far, dozens of patients have died due to lack of oxygen in many hospitals of Delhi. At the same time, there is also a lack of Remedesivir injection. Due to this, the number of people who died of corona in Delhi is increasing day by day.
Meanwhile, the High Court has already taken cognizance of a petition filed in Delhi on the shortage of oxygen. A second bench of the court is now hearing that matter. On the notice of the court, the Delhi government has said that it has sought the help of the army to help in oxygen supply and treatment in Delhi. A letter has also been sent to the Ministry of Defense in this regard.