The police sent an ambulance for the person carrying his wife’s body on his shoulder – News18 Punjab
A case has come to light in Odisha of a man carrying his wife’s dead body on his shoulder and taking it home. Not only this, this man was forced to carry his wife’s dead body on his shoulder for many kilometers. In fact, a sick woman riding in an autorickshaw died on Wednesday while returning from a hospital in Odisha’s neighboring state of Andhra Pradesh. After this, when the police personnel saw Samulu Pangi carrying the dead body of his wife Ede Guru on his shoulder, they arranged for an ambulance to take the dead body of Pangi’s wife to their village.
According to the information received, Pangi had admitted his sick wife for treatment in a hospital in Visakhapatnam district of Andhra Pradesh. However, he was advised by the doctors to take his wife back home and her house was about 100 km away.
Giving information about the death of his wife, Pangi said that he had called an auto rickshaw to go back to his village and when he rode on this auto rickshaw and traveled a short distance, his wife died on the way. died After this, the driver of the autorickshaw on which they were riding refused to take them further. The auto driver dropped them on the way and went back. After which, in the absence of any other arrangements, Pangi carried his wife’s body on his shoulder and walked towards his home, which was about 80 km away. When the policemen found Pangi carrying the body of his wife When they saw him going away, they arranged an ambulance for him.
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