I had given up and had had almost considered switching to a new service provider after trying to call him one last time. So I called, the phone rang, his wife picked up and said "Yogesh is no more." Her voice sounded like if she spoke one more word, she would burst out. I didn't know what to say so I just said "I'm really sorry to hear that." She said that it was okay and gave me the number of another person I could speak to regarding the connection issue. I was taken aback and didn't know how to react. I felt guilty, extremely guilty for thinking whatever that I did. So I called her again and asked if there was anything I could do to help. She started crying, so much that I could barely understand what she spoke.
Yogesh's wife Mrs. Jayashree doesn't have anyone to look after her following the untimely demise of her husband. Mrs. Jayashree is a homemaker and her husband was the sole breadwinner for the family. He passed away due to COVID 19 and has left behind with his wife, their two daughters who are 8 years and 11 months old respectively. Mrs. Jayashree has no idea how to survive and raise their children now and wished that this was all just a nightmare.
This fundraiser is to help and support the family of Mr.Yogesh and all the funds will directly go to Mrs. Jayashree's bank account. I know it's difficult to realize and sympathize with the loss of a complete stranger but then we are all on the same side of this battle, aren't we? It is my extremely humble request to each one of you reading this to donate in whatever magnitude that you can and help the family to overcome the loss of Mr. Yogesh! I'd also request to please help by sharing the word to as many people as you can! 🙏🏼
May his soul rest in peace and his family get the strength and support to overcome his loss!