Saturday, March 30, 2013

Our heartfelt Condolence.......


Plase read the Press Report in The Hindu by Ms. Sarita Brara http://dnipcare.org/images/TheHindu07102012.jpg












God took our Deepak Behera, one among our palliative family members, to his heavenly abode at 8.20 PM today in this Easter eve. His association with us started from 21st September 2011 when on receiving information about his pathetic situation from Meenaxi Banja of Times Now channel, we (Madhu, Suresh, Unnikrishnan and me) located him in Delhi University Metro Station area suffering from Oral Cancer and went on through the ups and downs of his disease. 

Hailing from Baramati District of Maharashtra, Deepak (37) was in Delhi for more than 1 ½ decades or so riding his tricycle and reaching the passengers to their destinations, though his own destiny was in oblivion due to severity of the disease. Our efforts to trace his family in the Baramati District or adjacent areas did not find any success. 


However, the care and support from the core of hearts of DNipCare volunteers, the Samaritans of Shanti Avedna Sadan and the Delhi State Cancer Institute authorities could, as we feel, provide some quality in the otherwise neglected life of a poor destitute rikshaw puller. 

We are thankful to all like Ajith Kumar, Cyriac Antony, Abdul Kareem, Shilpa Babu, Seema Prasad, Smita Kumar, Lakshmi Radhika Pittala, Priyanka Devarakonda,Revant Soni, Kumar Subham, Manish Taneja, Chanchal Vats, Deepa Vats, Naresh Wadhwani, Nidhi Shukla, Babu Gurucharan, Shaikh Moideen, Baby CA, Elizabeth Antony, Raghavan, Somnathan, Ancil, Habeebul Rahman, Neerja Bakshi, Mansha Bagai, Kasturi, Caroline Arthur etc., to name a few, who devoted their time and energy to supported us in providing care to Deepak when he required it the most. 

Let us all pray for the departed soul. 

kv hamza, 
General Secretary, DNipCare
www.dnipcare.org
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1 comment:

  1. It is great to show your sympathy by attending funeral services and keep in touch by sending a card with condolence messages. This is what I've received when I lost my great parents. Somehow, it will aid the bereaved feel your comfort and support. Thanks for sharing your story.
    Cathy,
    Obituarieshelp.org

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