Madhya Pradesh: Top cop keeps father’s body, who died a month ago, claims he is responding to ayurvedic treatment

A bizarre incident has come to light where a top Madhya Pradesh Police officer kept his 84-year-old father’s body for a month and claims that he is responding to ayurvedic treatment.

According to Hindustan Times, Additional Director General of Police (ADG-selection) Rajendra Kumar Mishra’s 84-year-old father was declared dead on January 14 by a private hospital in Bhopal, but Mishra claimed that his father was responding to ayurvedic treatment. Mishra’s father died of complications in the lungs. The entire incident came to light when Mishra’s staff members reported sick as they claimed the body was highly decomposed.

“This is a private matter. I don’t know what the people at Bansal (the hospital where he was being treated) said, but when they gave up, we brought him home and he is being treated by an ayurvedic doctor,” Mishra told the leading daily.

In the meanwhile, the Bansal Hospital, where Mishra’s father was treated, has claimed that KM Mishra (Rajendra Kumar Mishra’s father) was admitted to hospital on January 13 and died at 4 pm on January 14. Mishra’s father was admitted to hospital as he had problems in his lungs but died during treatment. The hospital has also issued a death certificate and copy of which given to family and Bhopal Municipal Corporation.

Some of the staff members working at Mishra’s residence have claimed that they fell sick due to the stench from the body. They also said the family had called tantriks to resurrect the body as the Mishra family was hoping for a miracle.

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