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The police arrived in the elderly home dressed in PPE kits.
In this era of Corona crisis, the biggest difficulty is for those who are living alone in their homes. If they get an infection, then they are having difficulty in getting treatment. If death occurs, no handgun can be found. One such case was seen in Agra. After the death of an elderly woman here, her own sons expressed their inability to come. Fearing Corona, neighbors also refused to touch the body. The police station then arrived as the son of the elderly deceased and took the body to the post-mortem. Today the husband of the deceased will come and perform the last rites.
Son lives abroad, husband in Mumbai
In fact, Sharda Devi, wife of Mahesh, residing in Jaipuria Sunrise Colony of Thana Tajganj, died on Monday night. Both her sons live abroad and her husband lives in Mumbai. Other residents of the colony were also afraid to go near the dead body due to death after cough, cold and fever.
Sent the body for postmortem.
Police is waiting for husband’s arrival
On contacting the sons, they expressed their inability to come and the husband asked to come a day later. In such a situation, the police station Tajganj, following the Kovid rules, wrapped the body in a shroud of honor and sent it to the post-mortem house. Now her husband Mahesh is waiting to come.