Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Saturday offered monetary help of Rs 1 crore to the household of Anas Mujahid, a junior resident physician at GTB Hospital, who died earlier this month from Kovid-19.
Dr. Anas died on May 9 inside just a few hours of testing optimistic for the virus because of intracranial bleeding.
The 26-year-old was posted as a junior resident physician within the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at GTB Hospital, and was on obligation in his ward till May 8 earlier than testing optimistic for Kovid later that night. He died at round 3 am the following day.
Kejriwal stated, “Many Kovid warriors like Dr. Anas are at the forefront of helping the people of Delhi and it is because of them that we are able to save the lives of the people and the Delhi government is capable of fighting the epidemic. I was talking to his father right now, and when I assured him of any help in the future, he said that he and his family do not need anything and their only wish is to serve the country. Can… I salute his thoughts. We will also stand with them for whatever assistance they need in the future. ”
Dr Anas, a resident of Bhagirathi Vihar, Delhi, is survived by his dad and mom, three brothers and a sister.
His father Dr Mujahidul Islam stated, “As my son Anas sacrificed his life while serving the country, I want my other children to grow up and serve the nation.” Despite my son not being with us, I’m relieved that CM Kejriwal and the Delhi authorities have helped us on this hour of disaster.
With inputs from TheIndianEXPRESS