The body of the man was given in place of the woman, the phone came just before the funeral and then..."

Gonda: The matter of changing the dead body has come to light in the post-mortem house in Colonelganj of Gonda district of Uttar Pradesh. After this, there was a stir among the family and officials. Actually, a woman had died during the assault. After this, his body was sent to the post-mortem house on Sunday. After the post-mortem, the body was handed over to the relatives. So the ruckus started. It is being told that the family members were given the body of a man, not a woman. The family members have expressed their displeasure over the negligence of the postmortem house staff and the police. At the same time, the CMO has ordered an inquiry into the matter.

At the same time, in this case, CMO Radheshyam Kesari said that a complaint has been received about changing the body in the post-mortem house. Instructions have been given for investigation in this matter. Strictest action will be taken against the culprits. The matter is of Gursadi village under Kotwali Colonelganj area. Here last Friday, 40-year-old Rita Devi was beaten up during a dispute.  He was attacked on the head with a brick. He was admitted to the district hospital for treatment, where he died late on Saturday night.

On Sunday, the family members had reached for the post-mortem of the woman. At the same time, a case has been registered against accused Sanjay. In fact, when the family members of the woman reached the crematorium with the man's body for the last rites, they got a call from the hospital, and it was said that, you guys have gone with another dead body. What you have is a man's dead body. Take her back and take the dead body of the woman. After which all the relatives reached the hospital and took the dead body of the woman and then performed the last rites.

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