On the rebuke of the CM, the police traced the youth: Vishwanath, who was coming from Mumbai to Gorakhpur, had died in Kanpur on May 17 itself.

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The Belipar police had returned the woman looking for the missing husband, saying that you should find yourself. The same police came to know in just 24 hours after the rebuke of CM Yogi that he had died in Kanpur on May 17 itself.

In fact, 45-year-old son of Kanta Nishad, resident of Vistoli Khurd of Belipar police station area, Vishwanath had gone from Gorakhpur to Mumbai 4 years ago in search of former livelihood. There he worked as a furniture maker. His wife Chanda and his two sons, 18-year-old Aman Sahni, 15-year-old Vikas, live in the village with their grandfather.

Gorakhpur had left from Mumbai on 15 May
On May 15, Vishwanath had asked his wife to catch a train to come home. On the way, a youth named Arvind, a resident of Sultanpur near Kanpur, called on May 17 and told his wife Chanda that Vishwanath was unwell and was taking him off to Kanpur GRP. Arvind said that you come and take it. When Chanda talked to her husband, he refused Chanda to come and said that he would come by bus. Since then Vishwanath’s mobile got switched off.

Vishwanath's wife Chanda had appealed to the CM in Janta Darshan on 20 June 2022.

Police had returned colorless
Wife Chanda went after Belipar police with a request to find her husband. The police returned him colorless and said that you find yourself. The women higher officials were also contacted but no action was taken. The woman herself went to Kanpur GRP but there too she could not find anything. She’s back. Here his family members started searching by putting photos through Facebook.

Woman met CM on 20th June 2022
Tired of looking for her husband, wife Chanda went to the public darshan on June 20, 2022. There she pleaded with CM Yogi to find her husband. Immediately after coming to the notice of the Chief Minister, Belipar police immediately spoke to GRP Kanpur Central and sought information of unknown persons on 17th May. During this, Kanpur GRP got the photo of Chanda’s husband Vishwanath at the time of hospitalization. whom he recognized. He was told that after the death during treatment, he has been cremated in the unclaimed after post-mortem. On receiving this information, wife Chanda and children became unconscious.

Had the police woken up immediately, the husband would have had his last visit.
The woman and her family say that she had complained to the Belipar police soon after she went missing. Had she been actively searching at that time, perhaps her husband would have been traced and his cremation would not have taken place unclaimed. She would get a chance to have the last glimpse of her husband.

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