Ghaziabad: precedent! Seeing the crowd in the crematorium, the farmer was upset, donated crores of land to the Municipal Corporation
Due to Corona pandemic, thousands of people are being killed in the country these days. The situation has become such that people are not even getting a place in the crematorium. People are waiting for cremation in long lines. A farmer in UP's Sahibabad became so sad to see such a condition of cremation that he donated crores of land to the Farmer Donate Land For Graveyard.
In this phase of the epidemic, people are trying their best to help each other. When the farmer saw that people were waiting for hours in the crematorium (Waiting In Graveyard), but still they could not find the land for the cremation of the dead body, he was very sad. Taking a big decision, he donated his crores of land to the corporation (Donate Crore's Land).
1500 yards of donated land for the cremation ground
Sushil Kumar, a farmer living in Karahada, has donated his 1500 yards of land to the corporation to build the crematorium. The last rites of those who died of corona have started here. Now the work of constructing 10 platforms on the farmer's land has been started. On this land, people who live in villages from Corona will be cremated. This is the first case of donating crores of land for cremation in Delhi-NCR. By doing this kind of work, the farmer of Sahibabad has set an example for humanity.
Sushil Kumar, who donated the land, says that people are dying every day from Corona. At the Hindon crematorium, people are waiting 10-10 hours for the cremation of the dead bodies. Number of many people is not coming. In this time of crisis, people are losing their loved ones, in such a situation they are not even getting the chance of funeral. He is very sad to see this. That is why he took such a decision.
Farmer Sushil Kumar helped people
Farmer Sushil Kumar has donated his 1500 yards of land in Nooranagar for cremation. His family members are also with him in this decision. After which he donated the land by writing a letter to the Municipal Corporation. They say that in this time of trouble, everyone should help each other according to their status.