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By Mewati Sitaram-October 16,2019

Local residents along with Sanjay Nirupam in candle light protest:

Candle march organised at Tarapore Gardens in protest of death of PMC Bank account holder Candle march organised at Tarapore Gardens in protest of death of PMC Bank account holder

The residents of Andheri Lokhandwala complex and Oshiwara along with former Mumbai Congress Chief Sanjay Nirupam organised a candle light march, on Tuesday at Tarapore Gardens for Sanjay Gulathi who passed away yesterday due to acute stress emerging from PMC Bank Crisis.

Captain Suurjit Ghuman and Yatindra pal and prominent persons along with numerous local residents participated in Candle Light vigil. The protest and condemn the death of Sanjay Gulati. Sanjay Gulati 51-year-old account holder in the fraud-hit Punjab and Maharashtra Co-operative (PMC) Bank died in Mumbai on Monday, hours after attending a protest march against the bank.

As per media reports, Sanjay Gulati, a former employee of the now-defunct Jet Airways, held an account in the Oshiwara branch of PMC Bank and media reports suggested that he had Rs 90 lakh held up. On Monday afternoon, Gulati took part in a demonstration in south Mumbai with around 200 other customers of the PMC bank. Gulati reportedly collapsed while eating after he returned from the protest and died of a stroke. It is not known if he was suffering from any medical condition. He was taken to the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital where he was declared brought dead.

Captain Suurjit Ghuman said "Condemning the incident we have today taken out a candle rally here in Oshiwara. It is a sad part that hard earned money of innocent people was looted. The money of all account holders deposited in PMC bank, should be refunded to all account holders immediately to avoid this kind of incidences in future".

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