Administration Stand by Sudhir’s family, want neighbors – Uttarbanga Sambad

Administration Stand by Sudhir’s family, want neighbors – Uttarbanga Sambad

Incense burner: Sudhir Roy, a young man from Charcharabari area of ​​Gadhyarkuthi gram panchayat in Dhupguri, called home at 8 pm on Thursday and told his eldest son to study hard and become a human being. Pitu Roy, a second-grade student, was hopeful that his father would return home soon after finishing work. Sudhir Roy, a 31-year-old man from Charcharabari area of ​​Gadhyarkuthi gram panchayat in Dhupguri, died on Thursday night while constructing a tunnel on the National Highway in Ramban, Jammu and Kashmir. It is learned that Sudhir Roy is the second child of Manik Roy. Complaints, there is no such work in the area, also such work does not get such wages. So Sudhir Roy used to build a tunnel in Kashmir with his wife and eleven-year-old son and seven-year-old daughter. Repeatedly, his father told him not to work with his life in his hands, but every time Sudhir Roy told him how to take care of his wife and children if poor people did not work. After hearing the news of Sudhir’s death that day, his wife and his mother fainted again and again. Sudhir Roy’s son is also shedding tears thinking about his father again and again, and is asking everyone in the house, ‘When will the father return?’ On the other hand, in the grief of losing his son, father Manik Roy is going to say, “If the economic situation was good, I would not have sent my son to work in another state.” The same claim was made by Sambala Roy, mother of the late Sudhir. In his words, ‘Our day-to-day eating family, now how do we make grandchildren human?’ The same demand of all, including the neighbors, that the administration should stand by Sudhir’s family.

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