Atiq Ahmed Funeral: The dead bodies of mafia Atiq Ahmed and his brother Ashraf were handed over on Sunday (April 16) at the Kasari-Masari cemetery in Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh. The last rites of both were performed at around eight o’clock in the night amidst tight security of the police force.
Both the brothers were shot dead near Colvin Hospital in Prayagraj at around 10.30 pm on Saturday (April 15). After the post-mortem on Sunday, the bodies were brought to the Kasari-Masari cemetery amid heavy security. This is the same cemetery where the body of Asad Ahmed, one of Atiq’s sons, was buried the previous day. Asad was killed in an encounter on Thursday (April 13). After all, who put soil on Atiq’s grave and who puts soil first on the grave on such an occasion, let us know.
Who puts the first soil on the grave?
Earlier it was expected that Shaista Parveen would surrender and join the last rituals of husband Atiq and brother-in-law Ashraf, but the last rites were performed in the presence of other family members. Generally, the tradition is that the person closest to the deceased is the first to put soil on the grave. Among the closest person, the first person is the son, then father and brother, then uncle and maternal uncle.
Such are the graves of close relatives
Muslims generally have such a tradition that the graves of close relatives are kept side by side. Generally, people try to keep the space near the grave of their parents empty so that later they can find a place for their own grave.
atiq ahmed murder case
Let us tell you that when the police were taking Atiq and his brother Ashraf to the hospital for a routine checkup at around 10.30 pm on Saturday night, they stopped at one place to give a byte to the media. Three accused who came in the guise of media persons shot him near Colvin Hospital in Prayagraj.
The names of the accused are Lavlesh Tiwari, resident of Banda, Mohit alias Sunny, resident of Hamirpur and Arun Maurya, resident of Kasganj. FIR has been registered. Dhumanganj police station in-charge Inspector Rajesh Kumar Maurya has lodged an FIR against the accused in Shahganj police station. A case has been registered against the three under sections 302 (murder) and 307 (attempt to murder) of the IPC, besides the Arms Act.
The accused are in police custody. After this massacre, the entire state has been put on alert. A high-level inquiry is being conducted into the matter on the instructions of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath.
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