Following burial, 150 Sailors Encircle grieving family of
Amid grief, the household of a covid deceased patient needed to confront an angry mob, who repeatedly contested the burial. A mob of about 150 mad individuals cornered a grieving family in the cemetery of St Antony’s church at Kodathi on Sarjapur Main Road, on Monday evening.
The covid individual was a part of this parish of Dharmaram church, and following his departure, the church cemetery didn’t have somewhere to punish him. The deceased’s family contacted among those four helpline figures initiated from the Archdiocese of Bengaluru and coveyed their dreams of running a proper burial because of the dead person and didn’t want to go for cremation. After a couple of calls, they had been allowed a place, accessible at the cemetery of St Antony’s Church at Kodathi.
The burial was over by 4 pm, and also discovering the
The natives picked up rocks to hurl in the Vehicle and even threatened to put fire to it
Among those dead’s sons had flown from Kerela to the funeral and had a quarantine stamp on his own hands in the airport. This infuriated the horse further. Fr Royan, who had been accompanying the family, called the authorities and also a Hoysala patrol hurried to the place, but seeing the Amount of sailors, the authorities began encouraging the natives
and jeopardized the priests along with the household . “The natives picked up stones to hurl in the vehicle and also threatened to set fire,” Fr Royan said.
Fr Royan subsequently called the