- The committee objected to making a grave of a bigger size than the fixed size.
- Due to lack of space in the cemetery, there is a ban on the construction of concrete graves.
- Siwan’s former MP Shahabuddin died of Corona on 1 May.
After the death of former Siwan MP Shahabuddin from Corona, the process of controversies is not stopping now. Earlier, the controversy regarding taking his dead body from Delhi to Siwan was in the headlines, now the matter has heated up regarding the making of his permanent grave. Shahabuddin’s
Cemetery committee objected to the grave
According to the members of the cemetery committee, after the death of the former MP from Corona, he has been buried in this cemetery located in ITO. A few days ago, his relatives had kept sand-ballast and bricks to make a concrete grave. Then no one knew that without taking approval from the cemetery committee, his family members would make a concrete grave. When their families built walls around the grave, the members of the committee demanded permission from the family members to build a concrete grave. But he had no copy of such permission.
Cemetery committee banned
According to the rules, a solid boundary wall of the tomb can be made, whose size is 3 by 7, but the boundary wall that has been built so far is 3 by 8. which is larger than the specified size. That is why the graveyard committee has banned the concrete grave. The members of the cemetery committee also say that there are already a lot of concrete graves in the cemetery. If so many concrete graves are built, then there will be no space left in the cemetery. That’s why it is forbidden to build a pucca grave.
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Shahabuddin, who was serving a sentence in Tihar Jail, got infected with Corona and died on May 1 during treatment. His family members wanted to bury his dead body in his native Pratappur village in Siwan, Bihar, but it was not allowed in view of the danger of corona infection, so Shahabuddin’s body was buried in Jadeed cemetery located in ITO.