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KOCHI: Even throughout the hectic responsibility schedule of a civil police officer, Ajeesh Paul, who sustained extreme head accidents in a brutal assault by a youth with a stone throughout Covid-19 lockdown checking, used to assist orphans and the destitute. He has been not letting the left hand know what the proper hand does, actually.
As studies are available in that the well being situation of Ajeesh, who is below remedy at a non-public hospital in Kochi, has improved, they are all praying for his speedy restoration. The 38-year-old officer, a native of Chilavu in Thodupuzha, is but to regain his reminiscence which he misplaced following the assault.
“He used to donate rice and different objects to Assisi Snehabhavan, an orphanage at Moolamattam, whereas working at Kulamavu police station and he had sponsored the day’s meals for about 100 inmates on a number of events. Moreover, throughout Onam, Christmas and different necessary days, he provided meals to them. However he hid this from everyone. That’s his nature,” mentioned Arun Rajan, a civil police officer.
Even on the day earlier than the incident, Ajeesh known as Arun, shared issues associated to the responsibility and his want to get a switch to any of the police stations within the plains. “He loved working at Marayur however wished to get an opportunity throughout the basic switch this yr,” Arun added. Ajeesh was posted at Marayoor police station in 2015.
“He was shifted to the room from the ventilator assist on Wednesday. He recognised one of our officers and known as her ‘Madam’ after we communicated with him through a video name. The docs mentioned it’s a constructive signal and that he’ll come again to regular life quickly,” mentioned Aby M C, Sub Inspector, Marayur police station.
Ajeesh is the youthful son of Paul Varghese and Achamma. His elder brother, Sajeev, is on the hospital.
When questioned for not carrying a face masks, Sulaiman, a local of Kovilkadavu, began abusing the cops and took a stone and attacked Station Home Officer C R Ratheesh. Seeing this, Ajeesh rushed to the spot however Sulaiman pounced on him as nicely and hit him with the stone. The police staff was conducting a routine test as a part of implementing Covid-19 lockdown restrictions in Marayoor city on June 1.
“We by no means anticipated such a brutal assault from that one who was booked in an abkari case however launched from jail. The checking was supposed to stop pointless gatherings as a part of the struggle towards the pandemic,” mentioned Aby. Ajeesh was admitted to Rajagiri Hospital with extreme head accidents, together with a cranium fracture and intracranial hemorrhage, on the day itself. He underwent an emergency surgical procedure and had been on ventilator assist.