Indian techie in US to be buried until his wife recovers from coma

Earlier this month an Indian man who died in a road accident along with his parents, is to be buried until his wife recovers from coma.

According to the US law, his wife is the only one who can give her consent for his cremation.

On July 4 of this year IT professional Mr. Gavai,38 and his parents Kamalnayan Gavai, 74 and Archana Gavai, 60 died after a pickup truck crashed into their car.

While his wife who suffered a head injury and some intense burnup has yet not come out of the coma. Also, their 1l-month-old son has not met with any severe accidents.

Indian techie in US to be buried until his wife recovers from coma

On Sunday, the Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj tweeted that until his wife does not come out of the coma, the body of her husband will remain buried.

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This proposal has been discussed by Indian Consul General in New York Riva Ganguly. On the other hand, the parents of the 38-year-old man will also be buried till any further instruction from his wife is received.

In keeping up with the severity of the situation, Swaraj has also said that the death certificate of all the members of the family will be issued at the earliest so that they can easily get their insurance money.

The family which comes from a town named Kalyan in Maharashtra suffered the unlikely incident after they were all returning from watching Fourth of July firework. Even the driver of the truck passed away on the spot as both the vehicles burst into flames just after the accidents.

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Furthermore, the External Affair Minister have said that all the other family members of the family have agreed to the Consul General’s proposal.

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