A number swelled bodies were discovered gliding in the stream in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in the midst of the furious second influx of the COVID-19 pandemic, starting frenzy among local people who rely upon the Ganga for horticultural purposes and other essential necessities.

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday (June 21) said a few bodies have glided to the state downstream stream Ganga from Uttar Pradesh and dirtied the waters. She likewise brought up that the disintegrated bodies were seen in the waterway in Malda locale, and the state government has “played out the last ceremonies of some of them”.

“A few bodies have glided downstream to West Bengal from Uttar Pradesh. In Malda, we have spotted many bodies. We played out the last customs of some of them with due regard,” Banerjee told journalists at the state secretariat.

Waterway Ganga courses through the provinces of Uttarakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Jharkhand and West Bengal before at long last gathering the Bay of Bengal.

A number swelled bodies were discovered coasting in the stream in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in the midst of the furious second influx of the COVID-19 pandemic, starting frenzy among local people who rely upon the Ganga for farming purposes and other fundamental necessities.

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