Mangaluru: Minister Dinesh Gundu Rao visits the late Ashish D’Souza’s parents

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Oct 19: District in-charge minister Dinesh Gundu Rao met the parents of Ashish D’Souza (13), who died of cardiac arrest followed by dengue infection recently and appreciated their decision of contributing the organs of their son in spite of being in shock of losing him.

Speaking to reporters after the visit, Dinesh said, “I paid visit to house of Alphonse and Sonia D’Souza couple in the city, who showed exemplary generosity by donating the organs of their young son Ashish.

“Ashish D’Souza, son of D’Souza couple had Dengue infection recently and recovered from it. However, he suffered cardiac arrest and died. The decision of D’Souza couple to donate the organs of their son, in the midst of their sorrow is an inspiration to the whole Karnataka state.

“I felicitated both the parents for their courageous and timely decision to donate the organs of their son. Also offered my condolences to them and consoled the grieving couple,” he said.






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  • Harold Dcunha, Mangalore, India

    Thu, Oct 19 2023

    A kind gesture by Minister Dinesh Gundu Rao visit to the house of late Ashish parents. Ashish was 13 years old school boy, died due to dengue and cardiac arrest. Very bold decision by Ashish parents to donate his organs for the needy in spite of going through shock and despair situations. RIP Ashish.

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