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Woman body broken and Odisha

Brief Outline: Viral images of two men breaking a women’s body is from Odisha and from 2016, it is not new as many users are thinking on the Social Media.

Facts Check: True, but old

What is Viral?

ये ह्रदयविदारक तस्वीर जो आप देख रहे हैं ये राज्य उड़ीसा की हैं इस औरत की लाश को तोड़ मरोड़ कर इसलिए बोरी में डाला जा रहा है,ताकि ये पिता पुत्र लाश को कंधे पर ढो कर आसानी से अपने गाँव ले जा सके क्योंकि होस्पिटल में एम्बुलेंस नहीं है अगर यह सच है तो चांद पर जाना बेकार है

This heartbreaking picture you see. These pictures are of the state of Odisha, the most beautiful temples in the world. The body of this woman is being broken and thrown into the sack, so that the father can easily carry the dead body on his shoulder and carry him to his village.
Because there is no ambulance in the hospital

आज हम चाँद पर जा रहे हैं और ये ह्रदयविदारक तस्वीर जो आप देख रहे हैं ये राज्य उड़ीसा की हैं इस औरत की लाश को तोड़ मरोड़ कर इसलिए बोरी में डाला जा रहा है,ताकि ये पिता पुत्र लाश को कंधे पर ढो कर आसानी से अपने गाँव ले जा सके क्योंकि होस्पिटल में एम्बुलेंस नहीं है। 
सोचने पर मजबूर 😢

Facts Check Analysis:  The image shared is true but old from 2016, when two men broke women;s hip in order to carry the task to carry the body of an old woman after she was run over by a goods train.

 As per India today article titled, Odisha again: Now, woman's body broken at hip to carry it on bamboo pole, published on August 2016.

Two men had to break the body of an old woman - who was run over by a goods train - at her hip to make it a bundle and then carry it for three km. Once the post-mortem was over, police said they waited for several hours for an ambulance to take the body to Balasore.

When the vehicle did not arrive, two men were then tasked to take the body to Balasore. The men reportedly stamped over the body to break it into a bundle that they could carry on a bamboo pole.

Salamani Behera, a 80 year, old lady was run over near Soro railway station in Balasore district. The railway police allegedly took 12 hours to take the woman's body to a hospital for post-mortem.