Appeal for Khusru Daver
This is an appeal for my father who is a senior citizen in his mid 70s – Mr. Khusru Daver.
He served at the Patel Dokhma (Tower of Silence) in Pune as a caretaker for 10 years and then had to resign as he was diagnosed with elephantiasis and since September 2009 he is at home.
However, on 27th January he had a 3 seizure attacks and had to immediately be admitted in the hospital.
Right now he is admitted in Jehangir Hospital in Pune and is in the ICU.
The seizure attacks were like strokes which took place due to salts drained out of the body as he was prescribed a medicine (for the swellings of his legs) which caused excessive urination.
I am his daughter, Kainaaz Driver.
I am not working as I left my job 2 years back in order to take care of my child.
My brothers are in Mumbai. The eldest is also working at the Dokhma (Tower of Silence) in Mumbai and my second brother isn’t well off either.
My brothers, from their salaries, send some money home every month to my parents which helps them to get their daily bread. But besides that there is no other source of income.
My mother too, has a broken wrist and is at home with a plaster on her hand.
My husband is the only working member of my family and I am not in a financial state to be able to fund the mounting hospital’s ICU Bills. (In a span of just 2 days the bills have already reached Rs.39,000/-) The little savings that I had, I’ve used up towards the previous medical bills for my parents and towards the deposit for the ICU which was Rs.35,000/-
But the bills are increasing by the day as he still has to be kept in the ICU for another 2 to 3 days and after that for observation he will have to remain hospitalized for another week or so.
My father served our Zoroastrian community selflessly and with a true heart.
He continued his service till his last physical ability.
He used to go to work even when he had severe swellings on his legs.
Unfortunately, my father, doesn’t have any savings of his own.
Though my eldest brother does have a corporate insurance policy, it has a very limited amount of Rs.1 Lakh shared between three people (my parents and my brother) and for the entire year. Besides from the amount of Rs.1 Lakh only Rs.25,000/- has been sanctioned.
I am not in a position, at present, to run about from one trust to another.
Hence, this is a sincere appeal to one and all, for direct donations.
Whoever can help in whatever small way, we would be highly obliged.
For those who cannot help us financially, please do remember us when you pray.
For anyone who would like to verify the details, my father, Mr. Khusru Daver is admitted in the ICU ward on bed no.118 in Jehangir Hospital, Pune.
If you decide to send a cheque or draft, then do remember to include your name and contact details please, in order to enable us to send an acknowledgement.
Cheques or drafts may be drawn in the name of Mr. Khusru Daver.
& may be sent to the following address:
Mr. Khusru Daver
c/o Mrs. Kainaaz Driver
J – 19/20
Pune 411 048
Tandarosti to all,
First of all I would like to thank one and all, for all the concern and help that you all have shown towards our family – a very Big Thank You!
Secondly, I am sure you all will be happy to know that Papa is now out from the ICU.
He is now in the Male General Ward, Bed No. 244
His condition is a lot better than what it was initially.
However, he will have to remain hospitalised as he is still feeling very weak.
Discharge will depend on his complete recovery.
I would request you all to please continue praying for us.
It is all the prayers and good wishes that have helped my father come out from the ICU.
May God Bless all of you.
If anyone needs any more details for sending cheques / drafts, please do write in to me and I shall try my level best to reply at the earliest.
Tandarosti to all,
Sincerely, nice to hear that your dad is fine and out of ICU.
We all have prayed for him. Hope Frany aunty is fine now.
Do take care.
You all will be please to know that my father, Mr. Khusru Daver is now out of the hospital by the blessings and Grace of Ahura Mazda.
I take this opportunity to thank each and everyone who prayed for us and those who rendered their support towards us in our hour of need.
A very big Thank you!
I would also request you all to kindly stop sending further donations.
As you all have been generous and forwarded my appeal to all other Zarthostis in your mail group, I would request you all to also forward this particular mail to them, in order to inform them too of the same.
May God Bless you all with your loved ones.
Tandarosti to all.
With gratitude and thanks,
Kainaaz Driver and Daver Family.