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Unattended/unclaimed Grave Plots in the Mullick Bazar Public Cemetery, which have gone back to nature due to lack of maintenance by the family/successors without any formal intimation to the Christian Burial Board, Kolkata (CBB), may be selectively identified and re-allotted on ‘as is where is’ basis by the CBB at its sole discretion to deserving applicants of Indian origin to restore and beautify this cemetery.

Efforts shall be made to determine the historical identity (if any) of such a plot before re-allotting the same to a deserving applicant willing to restore the grave on applicable conditions over and above the statutory transfer fees payable to CBB. The CBB reserves the right to re-allot such dilapidated/ unattended/unclaimed grave plots at its sole discretion unless specific objections with justification and proof in writing are received by the undersigned on or before 31st July, 2012.

By Order
Secretary
Christian Burial Board
184, A.J.C. Bose Road, Kolkata -700017
e-mail : christianburialboard@yahoo.co.in

A Memorable Event :

On the 23rd January 2012, a team of 23 Foreign Tourists from U.K. visited both the SPSC and L.C.Road Cemeteries – led by Mr. Roy Strong, the Director & Curator of National Portrait Gallery and Victoria & Albert Museum of London (clad in white with a hat on). The Viscount of Windsor, who happens to be a direct descendent of  Lord Robert Clive, (black muffler wrapped)  are seen with Mr. Ranajoy Bose, the Executive Member of the Christian Burial Board. Another member of CBB, Mr. R. C. Dutt (wearing a black coat) and the Archaeologist- Advisor of CBB, Mr. Asit Bandhyapadhyay (wearing full sleeve sweater) are also seen.

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