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Donation to the family of late Chandra Mogan who was killed in a fatal accident at Budget Terminal

Posted by temasektimes on March 20, 2012

In the last two days, we have received numerous emails from netizens regarding on how they can assist the family of the late Mr Chandra Mogan.

Mr Mogan died in the Saturday morning accident at the Budget Terminal, where he worked as a cleaner after a hijacked taxi driven by a PRC man crashed into the driveway.

For the convenience of those who wish to assist, they can make their cheques to

Pusparani A/P Mogan

and mail them to:

The Mogan Family c/o Changi Airport Group,

Corporate Communications,

PO Box 168, Singapore Changi Airport,

Singapore 918146.

Cheques should reach CAG no later than Friday, 30 March 2012. You may wish to indicate your name at the back of the cheque.

Mr Mogan leaves behind his mother, his wife and four children (aged 9, 7 and 5 years and 2.5 months). We extend our condolences to Mr Mogan’s family.


4 Responses to “Donation to the family of late Chandra Mogan who was killed in a fatal accident at Budget Terminal”

  1. GuitarPB said

    I dont have cheque book… ;-( got direct Bank Account to debit not?

  2. hizrian said

    consider if: 1) de deceased’s employer has prepared any form of werk benefits for its employees, namely in de form of insurance plans. 2) de deceased himself has prepared his own personal insurance portfolio for his family..

  3. Ron Lim said

    It would be a great gesture if ex-President Nathan will be the sponsor for the children’s education all the way to University. And also sponsor them to stay in Spore instead of the mother commuting four hours each day. This man died in the service for Spore, not the military service, but neverthless an essential job to maintain the cleanliness of the Budget Terminal.

    The Indiian community will rise up to the occasion, I am sure.

    • VH said

      How about the Chinese new immigrant associations?

      After all the efforts to integrate them, shouldn’t they demonstrate they are willing to embrace our charitable spirit?

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