The number of dead bodies found along the banks of the Ganges in Buxar, Bihar had not yet been completed, that in Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh, 52 corpses were found just 800 meters away at the Ganges Ghat. Within two days, around 110 dead bodies have been recovered. Meanwhile, in Ballia, more than 12 corpses have been found along the Ganges.
It is now being feared that the dead bodies found in Buxar have also been washed away from UP itself. This is because the Ganges passes through Ghazipur and Ballia to Buxar. Locals say that since last night, the administration has buried 80 to 85 dead bodies along the Ganges. However, the administration is stating their number 24.
DM formed an inquiry committee, people were disturbed after seeing corpses on the banks of Ganga in the Ghamar and Karanda areas of Ghazipur. The DM has constituted a committee under the chairmanship of ADM City to investigate the matter. Apart from this, another monitoring committee has been formed, which will monitor the flow of dead bodies in the Ganges.
More than 71 dead bodies were found in Bihar a day earlier, more than 71 bodies were found in Ganga at Chausa crematorium in Buxar, Bihar on Monday. Police buried the dead bodies in the ground with the help of JCB. Samples have also been taken for DNA and covid tests of the carcasses.
The two states have now clashed in this matter. The DMs of Bihar's Buxar and UP's Ghazipur districts have categorically denied having their own bodies. The Buxar district administration has started monitoring the ghats with a drone camera.
The bodies were found on the banks of Yamuna in Kanpur two days ago, two to three dead bodies were also seen two days ago on the banks of Yamuna in Kanpur countryside. In this case, the cremation was done by the police. Apart from this, the police were also set up along the ghats. However, it was not clear where these dead bodies had come from.
More than a thousand dead bodies were buried in Kanpur. Woods have started falling for cremators at the cremation ghats of Kanpur and Unnao. People have left Hindu customs and traditions and started to bury the dead bodies. Many such pictures were seen on the banks of the Ganges of Kanpur-Unnao. When Dainik Bhaskar investigated it, the truth came out. It turned out that so far more than a thousand dead bodies have been buried at the ghat along the Ganges. That too at a depth of just 3 feet.