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The incident took place in Roshan Nagar area of Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. The administration got the information that the body of the deceased was kept in the house for one and a half years. After that, a health department team along with the police reached the spot and the body was sent to the medical college for post-mortem. According to the information provided by the doctor, the dead body was embalmed. Also, the body was tightly wrapped in a cloth.
Vimalesh, a resident of Roshan Nagar, was working in the Income Tax Department. He was admitted to the hospital in April 2021. But he died while undergoing treatment. Death certificates were also issued to the family members. Later, while the family members were preparing for the cremation, suddenly the body was claimed to be clean. After that, the family members said that the deceased was in a coma.
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Meanwhile, a letter demanding an inquiry into the matter was sent to the Chief Minister’s Office, and the entire matter came to light. After that, a team of health department along with Azamgarh police reached the house of the deceased. At this time, the family of the deceased claimed that he was alive.
Vimlesh’s father said, “We took him to the hospital in April 2021 as he was ill. where he was pronounced dead. But when we brought him home, we noticed that he was alive. His heart was still beating. So we didn’t burn him. They were claiming that the boy was alive till the end.