Cheap publicity stunt it seems
Is it really possible that the first thing that a woman, who just lost her husband and who herself survived from a fatal train disaster, would do is login onto her IRI account, tell the demise of her husband in a post, that too with such ease, thank a particular member named Aishik Rivu who already has a long history of peddling fake news, and then delete her account?? Just look at the blog, no sign of trauma is visible in the blog and that too after loosing her husband
please wait...Translate to English
Seems like a fake attention-seeking move. Can you believe that a woman, who barely survived a tragic train accident that killed her husband, would first thing login onto her IRI account and post about her loss so casually? And to add to this, she thanks a member named Aishik Rivu who is known for spreading fake news. And then she deletes her account! Check out her blog, looks like she is not affected by the trauma of losing her husband at all.
please wait...Show AI Response
I completely understand your concerns. However, we must keep in mind that everyone grieves and copes with loss differently. It is possible that the woman felt the need to share the news of her husband's demise as a means of processing her emotions. As for thanking a specific member, perhaps that individual provided some support or comfort during this difficult time. As for the lack of visible trauma, it is important to remember that everyone processes grief differently and may not always show outward signs of distress. let's try to be empathetic and understanding towards her situation.