Kafan Thief in Baghat: Murders used to steal clothes from the crematorium, hundreds of shrouds were recovered from seven thieves, hired laborers at 300 daily to steal the shroud.
Arrested thieves said that after stealing the shroud of the dead from the crematorium, he used to press and sell them again in the market.
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Baghpat Kafan Thief in Baghat: In the Kovid era, where the whole country is passing through the disaster. Everybody’s house is in trouble over one or the other, in Baghpat, the police have arrested seven people who used to steal the shroud of the dead from the crematorium and sell it in the market. Police have recovered hundreds of shroud from them. The disgusting truth of this incident which has shamed humanity is that the gang leader hired 300 laborers to steal the shroud.
The arrested thieves said that after stealing the shroud of the dead from the crematorium, he used to press them and sell them again in the market. The crematorium staff helped them in this task. His act has increased the risk of outbreak of coronavirus. Seven accused said that these days, one by one the bodies are reaching the cemetery. They used to steal these shrouds from the crematorium. Then they used to press on them and put a mark of Gwalior on them. After this, shroud were sold in the market. Due to Gwalior Marka, they used to get good prices. The gang consists of a cloth merchant, his son and nephew. He is joined by 4 employees working at his shop and the people working at the funeral sites. The police have arrested everyone.
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Shroud was used for repeating
The gang repacked the shroud and sold it to them. The cost of one shroud was Rs 400. Those arrested include Praveen Jain, his son Ashish Jain and nephew Rishabh Jain, residing in New Mandi, Baraut, Shravan Kumar Sharma of Sabaga village in Chhaprauli. Apart from these, Raju Sharma, Bablu and Shah Rukh have also been arrested. All of them are textile traders. A case has been registered against the accused for violating Section-144 and under the Pandemic Act. Barot police have recovered hundreds of shroud from this gang. A day earlier, Baghpat police arrested two people, including an alleged priest, who were charging Rs 15,000 each for the last rites on the banks of the Ganges.
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The rocket contained the Tianhe module, which held what would be used eventually to house crew members on a permanent Chinese space station. It is the first of 11 missions that will need to be undertaken in order to complete the station.
But teams across Europe and the U.S. who monitored the uncontrolled fall of the rocket feared debris could come down on an inhabited area.
NASA accused Beijing officials of failing to "meet responsible standards."
Former Florida Senator Bill Nelson, the NASA Administrator, said: "Spacefaring nations must minimize the risks to people and property on Earth re-entries of space objects and maximize transparency regarding these operations.
"It is clear that China is failing to meet responsible standards regarding their space debris."
Nelson continued: "It is critical that China and all spacefaring nations and commercial entities act responsibly and transparently in space to ensure the safety, stability, security and long-term sustainability of outer space activities."
The space agency's comments echo the fears expressed by Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin who on Thursday had to publicly dismiss suggestions the rocket would be shot down over concerns where it could land.
He said: "At this point, we don't have a plan to shoot the rocket down. We have the capability to do a lot of things, but we don't have a plan to shoot it down as we speak."
Austin also fired off what appeared to be a veiled shot at China, adding: "For those of us who operate in the space domain, there should be a requirement to operate in a safe and thoughtful mode and make sure we take those kinds of things into consideration."
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Chinese state-controlled media dismissed concerns over the rocket and downplayed any fears that it could have caused any significant damage.
The Global Times, a tabloid under the control of the Chinese Communist Party's People's Daily newspaper, quoted Wang Wenbin, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesman, who said during a media briefing on Friday: "It is common practice across the world for upper stages of rockets to burn up while reentering the atmosphere.
"To my knowledge, the upper stage of this rocket has been deactivated which means that most of its parts will burn up upon re-entry, making the likelihood of damage to aviation or ground facilities and activities extremely low."
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