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Reza Abid Ali still in comatose state, not even an apology from Uber


Reza Abid Ali, 44, has been lying in a comatose state for almost two years now. He slipped into this state on November 14, 2016 when Uber driver Sarfaraz Mohammed Safi knocked down his two-wheeler in a no-entry zone near Bandra Talao. Reza’s left frontal bone and right occipital bone incurred fracture.

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At Bandra police station an FIR was registered against Safi under sections 279 and 338,  which specifies rash and negligent driving and grave injury caused by an act of endangering life or personal safety of others, respectively. In spite of FIR the driver was let off on bail. Though Uber took him off their services but till date neither have the Uber management nor any of their representatives reached out to the family to apologise for what happened.

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When not even apology was offered, to offer ever-increasing medical expenses is far away. The bills have now gone upwards of Rs 1 crore. The family has been able to provide their sole breadwinner full medical support only because of the financial help extended by supporting family members and close friends. Reza comes from an influential family. His grandfather Abid Ali Jaffar Bhai was the union labour minister during Jawarhalal Nehru’s tenure.

When it comes to family background, Reza’s father Azad Abid Ali once owned Hindustan Tyres Private Limited at Agripada. After he died, Reza was running the family business until 2005, when they had to sell it because of a financial crisis. The family moved from their Peddar Road home to suburban Khar, and Reza began working at Four Seasons Automobile in Tardeo. Reza was extremely passionate about motorbikes and was also the safety officer for many two-wheeler rides organised in the outskirts of Mumbai. He owned a KTM 390 and always wore his beloved Harley Davidson helmet, which he had on even on the disastrous evening of November 14, 2016.

“The accident has caused irreparable and extensive damage to his brain, irrespective of numerous brain surgeries he underwent in the last few months,” said the Doctor under whom Reza’s treatment is going on.

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