Businessman Atulya Mafatlal passes away in Mumbai

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Thursday, September 08, 2022, 12:15 PM IST
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Industrialist Atulya Mafatlal passes away in Mumbai |

Mumbai: Industrialist Atulya Mafatlal of the Yogindra Mafatlal Group, passed away in his sleep last night in Mumbai.

As a report in Hindustan Times, close friend of Atulya described how things unfolded, saying that Atulya felt uneasy when he woke up at 4 am but eventually went back to sleep. He was not awake when a member of the home staff went to check on him at 6 am.

Varun, Atulya's son who resides in the same house, was informed right away, and the family physician was called. He was moved by the family to Breach Candy Hospital, where the staff reported that he had been brought dead.

His body was taken to JJ Hospital for an autopsy before the postmortem was performed there. Dattaram Girap, a senior police inspector at the Gamdevi police station, said that the death was a result of coronary artery disease. Around 2.30 pm, the body was delivered to the family members.

The two Mafatlal brothers Ajay and Atulya, were in the news for being involved in the family's residential property-related legal battle.

This is a developing story more details are awaited.

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