Source: Cairo – Ashraf Abdel Hamid
On Tuesday, the Egyptian Public Prosecution decided to transfer 42 accused persons involved in the gathering to prevent The body of the deceased doctor was buried in Corona To felonies.
The counselor, Alaa Al-Saadani, the Attorney General of the Public Prosecution of Southern Mansoura College, announced that 42 accused of the residents of the villages of Al-Bho and Shubra Al-Bho of the AJA Center were referred to the State Security Criminal Court for emergencies, accusing them of gathering, and he refused to bury the body of doctor Sonia Abdel Azim Aref, who died last April from contracting a virus Sk.
The village of Shubra El-Bho, affiliated to the city of Aga, had witnessed a mass demonstration by the people, to prevent the burial of the deceased doctor’s body with the Corona virus.
Meanwhile, the security forces arrested 22 people from the village who gathered in front of its entrances, refusing to enter an ambulance carrying the body of the doctor, until the security forces intervened and dispersed them, and preventive medicine teams managed to bury the body.
All involved in the grip of security
In addition, the security services threw all those involved, and the prosecution charged them with participating in the commission of a terrorist act, by preventing the burial of the body of a deceased woman using force and violence, threatening and intimidating with a view to disturbing public order, endangering the safety, interests and security of society, as well as harming individuals and throwing terror among them, and endangering their security Their public and private rights are at risk.
It is noteworthy that the Egyptian Prime Minister, Mostafa Madbouly, had offered condolences to the doctor’s husband in a phone call, apologizing for what the villagers did after their refusal to bury his wife’s body, as Dr. Ayman Mokhtar, the governor of Dakahlia, gave her name to the primary school in the village in honor and commemoration of her.