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Tirupati MLA Attends COVID-19 Sufferer’s Funeral, Calls To Extinguish Stigma


Tirupati MLA Bhumana Karunakar Reddy attended the funeral of a COVID-19 sufferer at the same time as stigma across the illness prevails in society.

After the family of the deceased reportedly refused to be half of the man’s funeral, Tirupati YSRCP MLA Bhumana Karunakar Reddy on Wednesday, August 19, took half in it. The MLA attended the funeral on the Harishchandra Cemetery in Tirupati, along with contributors of the Human Kind Discussion board

Reddy entreated households to aid funerals of the deceased, calling for an discontinue to discrimination against patients and victims of coronavirus.

“All are equal after dying. For certain, we desire to purchase precaution whereas facing corona, but refusing a respectful cremation is against the law. I question other folks to no longer grief and socially isolate these infected. The funeral may perchance also be held as per their custom as coronavirus does no longer unfold from the physique after obvious hours,” India This present day quoted the MLA as announcing.

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