While Pakistan prepares with 80-acre graveyard for Karachi corona-victims, BMC shows the way by compulsory cremation of all corona-victims through CNG. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi should suggest WHO for compulsory CNG-cremation of all corona-victims.
Hats off to Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan for his farsightedness in developing huge 80-acre special graveyard for probable deaths due to corona in Karachi alone. On the other hand, Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) in India has announced compulsory CNG-fired cremation of all deaths caused due to corona so that germs from dead bodies get burnt rather than being multiplied through burial of dead bodies.
The Central government should announce compulsory CNG-cremation of all victims of coronavirus irrespective of religion of such victims. It may be recalled that dead bodies of many prominent non-Hindu personalities like former Vice president of India M Hidayatullah and renowned All India Radio broadcaster Melville de Mellow were cremated through electric cremation. China has already banned burial of dead bodies for people of all religions to save land being converted into grave-yards.
The Prime Minister of India should suggest World Health Organization (WHO) for compulsory CNG-cremation of all corona-victims in the interest of humanity and mankind. The world is eagerly looking towards Indian Prime Minister to lead the global community in the biggest humanity-crisis.
Chandni Chowk, Delhi