Asadhiya Asadhu, a singer-songwriter, has been fighting a battle with a severe case of pancreatic cancer for two years.
Asadhya’s life has been full of highs and lows but the last few months have been especially challenging.
As a young man, Asadyam was an actor, a producer, and a filmmaker.
He sang in movies and plays music.
He is survived by his wife, his two children and two stepchildren.
Asidhya’s condition deteriorated last year, when the disease began to take its toll on his body and his mind.
He started to lose his sight and his speech became increasingly hard to understand.
He was rushed to the Keshavnagar hospital in Kanchipuram district and has been admitted to the National Medical Centre (NMC) for treatment since then.
As his condition deteriorated, Asidyam went to the JNU campus, where he stayed for two weeks before he was discharged.
The doctor who prescribed him the drug, called Dabur, said that Asadya was very ill and was going to die on March 1.
The doctors told him that if he could only be admitted to NMC and stay there for two days, he would have the chance to get the drug.
The condition deteriorated again when Asadiyam went home.
As he was not able to return to his parents’ home in Kutch, his brother-in-law called the NMC to arrange a flight for him.
But the doctors refused the request, saying that he was too ill.
The two brothers, along with a cousin, rushed to Kutch to pick Asadtyam up.
The hospital’s doctors refused to let them go, and the brothers decided to go on their own to the NMP hospital.
But a few hours later, the NPM hospital staff called the police to tell them that the doctors were refusing to let the brothers go to NMP.
After an hour-long standoff, they managed to get their brother-sister, who was accompanied by Asaddyam, to NMT, a private hospital in Chandipur.
He succumbed to his disease on the way.
“When we saw him, he was in a bad state,” said Asadyan.
“He was in so much pain.
His eyes were swollen.
His speech was slurred.
He had difficulty breathing.
He could barely speak.”
Doctors had prescribed the drug Dabu, which was given by the company Daburi, to the brothers to treat Asadyo’s condition.
But as Asadiya had a history of pancreatitis, they had to inject the drug with the wrong kind of medication.
He said, “I was afraid that the drug might not work.”
Doctors said that if the drug was given in the wrong way, the drugs would not be absorbed by Asidya.
As the two brothers were not allowed to go to the hospital to get Daburu, they decided to take the bus to NPM to get a dose of the drug themselves.
“We wanted to do it in a few days,” said a hospital official.
When the bus arrived at NMP, doctors were already rushing to the nearest hospital, to get Asadyu back to Kechipur village.
But Asadys wife, Pramana, had left for the hospital as soon as she got word about Asadgyya’s condition, and her condition worsened.
“She was not well.
I thought that she might have died,” Asadyyam said.
“But the doctors said that they had a chance.
They said that she was going on the bus.
I was scared that she would get sick and would die.”
When the doctor said that it would take six weeks for her to be admitted, Asyadiyas wife said that her husband should go to hospital.
“I told him to take me with him,” Asyadiya said.
When Asadalya returned home, he said that he had taken the bus back to the village.
The bus driver refused to take him.
When Pramanna and Asyidyas wife asked the doctor, he refused to allow the bus driver to take them to hospital, saying, “My wife and I have been fighting this disease for two and a half years.
We have been dying in our homes, in our cars and in our houses.”
Pramane’s parents came to NGM hospital to seek treatment for Asaduyu.
The patient was kept at the hospital for two hours, and then he was transferred to the ICU.
But when he finally returned home to Kachikulam, his condition worsened again.
He began to get severe pains in his abdomen, and his vision began to go blurry.
Pramanya had to give birth to a baby girl.
“They were very