Death certificate of this living person lost, ad in the newspaper going viral

An advertisement printed in the newspaper is becoming increasingly viral at this time. Yes, all of you must have seen the advertisements printed in the newspaper many times, but the ad that is in the headlines at this time will blow your senses. In fact, an ad has been printed in the paper and through this ad, a living person has told that he has lost his death certificate. Yes, listening to this you will say what we are saying, although it is true. You must be wondering how the death certificate of a living person can be made and even if it is made by mistake, how can the information of his loss be printed in a newspaper advertisement?

However, the person who printed the advertisement himself is claiming that he has lost his own death certificate. Yes, according to the information received, Ranjit Kumar Chakraborty, a resident of Simultala in Lamding in the Hojai district of Assam, has given this ad. It reads, "I have lost my death certificate. Lost it from me on 07/09/2022 at Lamding Bazar around 10:00 am.' Along with this, he has also written the registration number of the death certificate and his name.

Also, his full address has been given in the advertisement. At this time, people are enjoying this advertisement all over social media. Along with this, many funny memes are also being shared. Seeing this, IPS officer Rupin Sharma tweeted, "It happens only in India." Many people are saying it's right.

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