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Garia crematorium: Not Corona, unclaimed corpses, the health department said

The bodies of the dead are being smuggled secretly from NRS Such a video went viral on social media After that, the health department and NRS authorities sat motionless After an internal investigation by the hospital authorities, the NRS principal said the video was fake. The hospital authorities have sent a letter to Lalbazar to take strict action against the fake video FIR 7 has been filed

On the other hand, the health department said that these were unidentified and unclaimed bodies Police sources said none of the dead were infected with corona, the health department said. These are unidentified and unclaimed corpses. There were 14 bodies in the morgue of NRS Medical College. As a rule of thumb, they are sent for burial after 15 days.

According to municipal sources, a directive was issued on May 29. There it is said that the unclaimed corpses will be rolled up and buried in the crematorium Allegedly, 11 rotting bodies are being taken out of the morgue in a black car. Such a video is circulating on social media. The morgue seen in the video is 8 of NRS Medical College and Hospital According to the video, which was circulating on social media, the 11 people died after being infected with the novel coronavirus.

And then the NRS Medical College and Hospital authorities are secretly smuggling bodies. The hospital authorities sat motionless as soon as the matter came to their notice. Hospital Principal Shaibal Mukherjee, Hospital Super, officials visited the morgue. Check out the video.

He also checked the papers of the morgue. Then they said that the video was completely fake. Those 11 bodies are unclaimed bodies. Whose names and addresses were not found. The family could not be reached. As a rule, in such cases they were later handed over to the Calcutta Municipality for burial. The same has been done in this case.

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