2 North-East dead bodies buried in Delhi

NEW DELHI, 30 JULY 2015 — A 20-year-old Manipuri youth identified as Soibam Akash S/o (L) S Samananda of Guwahati Basti Raj Bari has reportedly died in New Delhi on 29 July 2015.

Sources said the deceased body could not be sent home due to high cost of transportation of body. The body was buried in West Delhi Cremation, Punjabi Bagh.

"After my personal request Punjabi Bagh, West Delhi Cremation ground incharge Mr Kuldip Chana has agreed to cremate his dead body free of cost. I have expressed heartfelt thanks on behalf of North-East people at Delhi," said Mr Robin Hibu IPS, Nodal Officer for North East Region, Delhi Police.

Mr Chana further agreed for future free cremation of poor and helpless north-east people in Delhi. Christian burial ground in Burari and Dwarka has also agreed to bury free-of-cost for poor and helpless people from north-east.

Last time one Assamese woman was buried with the help which comes through contributions from Delhi Police for North-Eastern Region (DPNER) and other few kindhearted people.

In an exemplary voluntary service, Assam representative of DPNER Mr Saranjay has sacrificed the whole day and night to give a decent burial of the deceased woman, whose dead body was lying at DDU Hospital.

Another 20-year-old woman Dhunita Munda D/o Kariya Munda of Akul line, Chapor, Dhubri district, Assam who works as domestic maid in Kirti Nagar, New Delhi died on 28 July 2015. The dead body was buried in Burari today.

In today's burial, Manipur representative of DPNER Mr Raju Singh is with the dead body for her last journey at the crematorium.

On behalf of the North-East people in Delhi, Mr Robin Hibu, the Nodal Officer for North-East People expressed his gratitude to Mr Saranjay, Mr Raju Singh, Mr Kuldip Chana, and the Parish Priest of Burari, Dwarka.

Dead body of an Assamese woman cremated in Delhi . Pi:- Raju Singh (MYMAD)

"Wish we had some emergency fund as recommended by the Bezbaruah Committee for such social works, atleast give our North-East poor decent burial, away from their loved ones, away from their home...buried in the midst of strangers.....but for few DPNER Representatives accompanying in their last journey on earth," asserted Mr Robin Hibu.

Courtesy:~ DPNE / Lalbruce

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