A former Milton Keynes resident has reportedly lost his life from the Indian variant of Covid-19.

Vinod Kalugotla, who was 39-years-old, lived in the town for several years before he moved to Bangalore three years ago to be closer to his mother.

Sadly over the last few months Vinrod, his mother, his sister, and aunty have all lost their lives from the virus.

Following his sad passing on May 21, a fundraising page has been set up to support his 31-year-old wife, Gayathri, and their nine-year-old son, Rishi.

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The page was set up by Siddharth Ceekala on May 23, which a part of it reads: “He was a true warrior because even during his last days he continued his battle against Covid.

Vinod, 39, moved to India three years ago (Pixabay)

Vinod, 39, moved to India three years ago (Pixabay)

“It really breaks my heart to hear that his entire family members – Vinod’s sister, Vinod’s mother, Vinod’s aunt, and Vinod all four – lost their lives within a span of few months.”

Vinrod, who worked for ICAEW and Santander as a Senior Test Analyst for almost 15 years, was described as an ‘active member of MK community and done lots of services to the needy.'

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His hobbies included photography, and he would often take photos of birthday parties, cultural events and baby showers.

Apparently, through his passion for photography, he has ‘captured some of the best memories for many families in Milton Keynes.'

It has also been reported that Vinrod’s mother passed away in his arms, a week before his death.

A screengrab from the fundraising page

A screengrab from the fundraising page

The page continued: “Personally, I am yet to come to terms at this loss, and I simply cannot imagine how his young family will cope with this loss.

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“It hurts my heart to see Vinod been taken away from this world at such a young age.

"He was such a friendly, helping, sociable and likeable person.”

A goal of £50,000 has been set to help Vinrod’s family, and so far £20,540 has been raised in just two days.

To donate, visit uk.gofundme.com/f/in-loving-memory-of-vinod-kalugotla.