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I fought for the country, the country did not save my son

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Infection of the epidemic novel coronavirus is on the rise in India. The number of corona victims and deaths in India is increasing by leaps and bounds every day. Among them, the situation in Kanpur in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh has reached alarming proportions.

On the one hand, as the number of corona patients is increasing, so is the lack of oxygen and the need for hospital beds. The death toll is so high that the fire at the Bhairabghat crematorium in Kanpur seems to be extinguished. One by one the corpses are coming to the crematorium.

Subedar Major (retd) Hari Ram Dubey, a resident of Kanpur. He was one of the soldiers who took part in the Kargil war in India. He lost his 31-year-old son to Corona. Dubey is devastated by the loss of her son prematurely.

Hari Ram Dubey said sadly, ‘I had to stand in the hot sun for a long time to see the frozen body of my son Amitabh with his wife, daughter and daughter-in-law. No one helped a bit. But I have taken on a difficult responsibility to save the country, to save the countrymen. For which the Chief of the Indian Army honored me with a certificate. But what did I get from that country!

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