On March 7, 2018, a man named Ajay, a resident of a Delhi suburb, was working as a maintenance man when he lost his wife and daughter to an auto accident.
He was working in the carpark when he heard a loud bang and noticed a body in the road.
He ran to the spot, but he saw nothing else.
Ajay’s father, Rahul, was a maintenance labourer and was a regular visitor to the family home.
His body was found a few days later.
The cause of death was a head injury and was ruled as hanging.
The police were not able to connect the two deaths as the bodies were buried in different locations.
The family is well-known for having an air-conditioning company that operates in the area.
It was only a matter of time before Rahul became one of the most sought after men in the city.
When I first started working with Ajay and his family, they were one of my top clients.
The family had a large collection of vehicles and trucks, and they were always ready to provide a service.
In the days that followed, I was also approached by a number of others from the industry, including many with connections to the auto industry.
The problem was, these were not the types of people that would take time to speak to me about the problems they were having with air-con.
I would have to ask them about the details of the complaints they were receiving and, of course, they would be hesitant to discuss the matter further.
When I got to know about the company’s troubles, I asked him for the names of the people they had dealt with and was told that they were all connected to a company called AISCO.
I didn’t know how I would handle the situation.
I knew that this company had come to the city to sell air-conditions, but I did not know that the people in question were the ones who were the direct customers of this company.
As a result, I started looking into the issues of air-cons with the company.
One thing that surprised me was how the company was able to keep its services afloat even after the accidents.
The only time that they would do anything was when they were in a financial crisis and needed to cut their losses.
There was a large gap between the people that they sold air-fares to and the people who used the air-free spaces to meet their daily needs.
The customers were not only in need of air, they also needed air-quality.
I started to see some people as being responsible for the health of the city and I started questioning them, too.
I noticed a certain reluctance from some of the customers when I approached them and asked them if they were aware of the health hazards that they put themselves at.
Even when they told me that they had been buying air-supplies from AIS CO for over a decade and that they never had any complaints, I could not help but ask them how they could be so ignorant about the issues.
I did this to get to the bottom of this mystery.
After I approached the company, I realised that they did not have a system in place to ensure that air-cleanliness was being kept up.
The workers in question did not use proper gloves and there was no system in their minds to monitor the condition of their work.
I realised the need to make a change in this situation.
This was not a simple task for me.
I needed to look into the people’s complaints and get them to take responsibility for their behaviour.
I asked the workers what kind of equipment they used, and I was shocked to learn that the equipment they had in their possession was not of the best quality.
It took me a while to realise that the company did not seem to be doing anything to prevent the health problems it was experiencing.
In fact, I found out that the workers were doing everything they could to prevent this problem from happening in the first place.
To this day, I do not know how AISco managed to maintain its air-efficiency.
AIS was the only one of its kind in the market.
Its customers were constantly moving to new locations.
They had to spend their time on the road instead of being with their families.
The people that worked in AIS had to do all they could for the company and, most of all, for their employees.