Mother's body yearning for last rites for 3 days

Khandwa: A shocking news has come from Khandwa in Madhya Pradesh. In fact, the body of a woman here has been waiting for the last rites in the mortuary of the hospital for three days. The woman's son doesn't have time. The woman did not have the luck of the mouth of her son's hand, far from her own to the shroud. According to the information received, the police have been continuously contacting the son and family members over the phone for the process of performing his last rites for four days. In fact, in this case, the son has flatly refused to perform the last rites citing lack of time.

On the other hand, the family members of the woman are not able to find time for her last rites. The whole painful story is being told about 55-year-old Pushpa, who lives in Vani village of Yavatmal district. According to the district hospital, on May 25, Pushpa along with her daughter Nikita (27), nephew Abhishek (27) and niece Pinki (29) were coming in the car towards Omkareshwar via Desli in Betul. There the car was being driven by nephew Abhishek. The steering of the car near Desli village failed and it overturned. Pushpa, Nikita and Pinky were seriously injured in the accident. Abhishek was safe. Abhishek then took the trio to the district hospital in Khandwa with the help of people.

Where Pushpa was declared dead by the doctor. Seeing the condition of Nikita and Pinky, they were referred to a hospital in Nagpur. After some time, Abhishek left Pushpa's body there without conducting a post-mortem. Since then, no one has come to ask about Pushpa. For about three days, Moghat police station TI Ishwar Singh Chauhan has been calling Pushpa's in-laws' side to son Sunny, and brother Rakesh Singh, but there is no response.

Pushpa's husband has already passed away and the family consists of son Sunny, daughter Nikita alias Nikki and Gudiya. They're all married. Till now Pushpa was living with her daughters. Pushpa's son Sunny was called by the Moghat police and called to Khandwa for his mother's last rites, he said that I can't come. I don't mean anything. I don't have that much time. No one is willing to come in this way, although the woman's brother consented to the funeral, promising to arrive in a day or two.

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