India has been battling the unprecedented Coronavirus devastations for over a year. And, we’ve lost one more of ideals of Aviation to Covid-19. The Managing Air-Safety Director at the DGCA- Directorate General of Civil Aviation, India- Sir, M J Singh. Stay Safe.
M J Singh breathed his last on May 15th, 2021. He was assigned as the Air Safety Director post at the DGCA Headquarters in Safdarjung, Delhi, India. He looked into the matters related to investigation of accidents/incidents of aircrafts.
And, also all the matters relating to Directorate of Air Safety including SSP Division.
A man of honour, he’d been serving the organization for a tenure of over 32 years now. He was active, overjoyed and full of life man. He was active on social media platforms such as twitter.
He happened to be an expert at Helicopter flying, was an ex Pilot.
Om Shanti /\
And, quite a lot of times have we seen, Times of India scrounging for a feed for new content in his words. It was whenever DGCA would make a new announcement or media expected one.
After a lot of gust and questioning, he once mocked a reporter saying -"Aapki RTI (Rights to Information) ne pareshan kar rakha hai."
Serving his best
The ministry advised the DGCA to undertake immediate assessment of helipads particularly in critical areas, and M J Singh with immediate steps begun the mission. And, ensured that implementation of safety regulations is carried out by state governments.
India is in the midst of a deadly wave of the coronavirus pandemic, with more than 3,40,000 people testing positive for the virus on everyday.. India’s COVID-19 tally crossed the 10 million mark on December 19 and in under six months it has doubled, surpassing the grim milestone of 20 million cases on May 2nd day.
Not just today or him, but Air India Limited, Boeing 787 captain GPS Gill lost the battle too.
He served Air India for over a decade and was happily life-cherishing man.
May his soul finds purpose again.
Rest in Peace. /\
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