The Calcutta High Court ruled on Monday that no more than six close relatives of an individual who died of Covid would be permitted to attend the last rites and funeral. Chief Justice T B Radhakrishnan and Justice Arijit Banerjee modified their September 16 order and specified that people handling the body would go directly from hospitals to crematoriums/burial grounds as indicated by the authorities and nowhere else, including home.The HC last Wednesday ruled that the family of a Covid-19 victim should be permitted to perform last rites, but emphasized that infection-limiting measures must be strictly adhered to. The court stated that the state and local administration must astrike a delicate balancea when exercising their authority to impose restrictions in the aftermath of an outbreak such as Covid 19, to ensure that such rights are not infringed unless there is a compelling reason to do so. The High Court issued its decision regarding Vineet Ruia’s PIL. Kishore Dutta, the state’s attorney general, represented the state. Monday, the High Court ruled that if a post-mortem was not necessary, the body should be given to the deceased’s immediate next of kin, i.e. the parents/surviving spouse/children (no more than six people), who will then transport the body directly to the cemetery or crematorium. The HC stated that the body should be secured in a body bag with a transparent face and a sanitized and decontaminated exterior to eradicate and minimize the risk to the persons transporting the body.
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