India: A trap laid across the Ganges to catch the dead!

Officials in North India said they set up a trap on the Ganges River after discovering dozens of trapped bodies of alleged victims of Kovid-19. Bihar State (North East) Water Resources Minister Sanjay Kumar announced on Twitter on Wednesday that a “trap has been laid” in the Ganges on the border of the state of Uttar Pradesh where patrolling was put on hold. .

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