The The second wave of corona virus invasion in India It has caused the deaths of more than 400 thousand people. In memory of the victims of the epidemic, a crematorium in the Indian city of Bhopal will build a park with the ashes of those killed by COVID-19 in the country.
According to RT, the park, which pays homage to the victims of the corona virus, will be built in the Patpada Visram forest, one of the largest burning centers in the Indian city. Bhopal. At least 21 trucks loaded with ashes will be used, which were not collected by relatives due to health restrictions.
The initiative was born with the intention of avoiding dumping the remains of the dead from COVID-19 into the river, as happened in the city In Bangalore, none of them claimed the ashes of more than 1,200 who died.
In March and June 2021, more than 6,000 people were affected by the second wave Corona virus. The relatives decided to collect only the bones and leave the rest as there were major health restrictions in the country due to the deadly disease.
It should be noted that the Patpada Wisram Ghat Garden will plant 3,500 to 4,000 plants through Japan’s subtle Miyakawi, which grows trees 10 times faster under normal conditions.
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