Shri Ajoy Kumar, Superintendent, was presently posted in Audit –III Mumbai at the Lotus Building, Parel. Two months back, he was repatriated from Goa and was staying at Oshiwara Govt. Quarters. Due to continuous fever he was admitted in Sujoy Hospital on 4th August and was detected to be suffering from Dengue. When he was admitted his platelet count was 85000, which further reduced to 11000. Medication was started and it improved to 21000. On Wednesday, his Blood Pressure became so low, then he was shifted to the ICU with ventilator support. Thereafter he suffered from internal bleeding and he left us forever on Thursday around 10 AM. He is survived by his wife and daughter.
He was the only bread earner for his entire family who hails from Bhagalpur, Bihar. His aged parents are with him and are dependent on him. He was having three sisters. His elder sister and her children are also dependent upon him. His father’s younger brother, (who recently expired) his family is also dependent on him. His only daughter, Pratyaksha, is studying in the 12th standard and spouse is a housewife.
Earlier he was posted in LTU as well as Mumbai-I and other places. Wherever he has worked, he was appreciated by his colleagues and superiors. He was under a lot of stress due to his financial condition as well as responsibilities from all sides and the new tax regime...
In Oshiwara, we are having two residential buildings as quarters, with around 60 flats, and as expected, these are poorly maintained by the Department. On Friday, all the lady officers who are residing there, took out a morcha to BMC office and lodged their protest. The surroundings of the building are mosquito infested and several individuals are suspected to have contracted Dengue. BMC staff have visited the site and taken samples.
CESA, Mumbai prays to the Almighty, to let the departed soul Rest in Peace and give courage to the family members to face the trying circumstances. CESA, Mumbai extends all its support to the family members in all aspects.