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The Colombo Municipal Council yesterday began cremating bodies of unclaimed coronavirus victims after obtaining legal clearance from the Attorney General.

At least 20 bodies will be cremated from today. Officials said it would take approximately two hours to cremate each body and the process would take a few days. (INDIKA SRI ARAVINDA)

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  • H. Vithanage Thursday, 10 December 2020 05:21 PM

    Considering the adverse impact that would emanating from the burial of humans especially in the eco system of the earth and also hindering the sustainable development of the earth by erecting permanent tombs, it is very important to introduce new legislation making the cremation is mandatory. The population is ever increasing. The needs of the humans are ever increasing. The land masses are diminishing natural reasons and still we can not understand the threats posted to future generations of all living beings including humans.


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