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Final Journey, Anantnag Doctors Mortal Remains Arrive from New Delhi

The mortal remains of Arfat Ahmad Thokroo, a 28-year-old MBBS student from Anantnag, who passed away due to Renal tubular acidosis (RTA) in New Delhi, have been repatriated to his native village in Srigufwara, Anantnag district. According to official sources, the remains were received at Thokroo’s residence in Pethnoo Dachigam Srigufwara, marking the conclusion of a tragic chapter for his family and community.

Thokroo’s untimely demise due to RTA, a condition characterized by the kidneys’ inability to effectively remove acids from the blood into the urine, occurred on March 22, 2024, in New Delhi. The news of his passing has saddened many, particularly within the medical fraternity, as he was pursuing his studies in the field of medicine, reflecting his dedication and aspirations to contribute to society through healthcare.

The arrival of Thokroo’s mortal remains has brought a somber atmosphere to his village, with friends, family, and well-wishers gathering to pay their respects and offer condolences to his bereaved loved ones. His passing serves as a poignant reminder of the fragility of life and the unpredictability of health challenges, even among those studying to become healthcare professionals.

As the community mourns the loss of a promising young individual, there is an outpouring of support and solidarity for Thokroo’s family during this difficult time. The tragedy underscores the importance of raising awareness about renal health and the need for accessible healthcare services to address conditions like RTA, which can have devastating consequences if left untreated.

Amidst the grief and sorrow, Thokroo’s memory will be cherished by those who knew him, as they recall his passion for medicine and his commitment to making a positive difference in the lives of others. His legacy will live on through the lives he touched and the aspirations he held dear, serving as an inspiration to strive for excellence and compassion in the pursuit of healthcare.

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