Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, May 22: Rakesh Dubey, also known as Badka, a resident of Road No. 5 in Bagbeda Colony, tragically lost his life in a road accident. In light of this incident, Potka MLA Sanjeev Sardar visited Dubey’s family on Monday to offer his condolences and support. Accompanying the MLA was Sardar Shailendra Singh, President of the Jharkhand Gurdwara Management Committee. A condolence meeting was held at Kali Mandir in Bagbeda Colony, which saw the participation of numerous Panchayat representatives.
During the visit, MLA Sanjeev Sardar expressed his intention to pursue compensation for the family following Rakesh Dubey’s untimely demise in the road accident. Additionally, Sardar pledged to waive off the school fees for Dubey’s five-year-old daughter. Sardar Shailendra Singh described Rakesh Dubey as a socially active young individual who actively participated in community service initiatives.
Under the joint collaboration of Bagbeda’s Panchayat representatives and the social organization “Help and Help,” led by Panchayat Samiti member Sunil Gupta, a condolence meeting was organized at Kali Mandir on Road No. 5 in Bagbeda Colony. The gathering observed two minutes of silence and offered prayers for the departed soul’s peace. Expressing his sentiments, Panchayat Samiti member Sunil Gupta highlighted the vital role played by Rakesh Dubey in securing their victory in the first election. He noted that Dubey remained in constant contact and diligently worked on water distribution through tankers in the locality. Dubey consistently addressed issues related to public interest and his absence will be deeply felt. Anil Singh, President of the Banna Gupta Fans Club, engaged in discussions with Health Minister Banna Gupta, assuring the provision of government facilities as required.