IEI, BPQ pay homage to An­imesh Chan­dra Sarkar

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An­imesh Chan­dra Sarkar, a prom­i­nent leader of In­dian com­mu­nity in Doha and Doha res­i­dent, re­cently passed away in US, where he was un­der­go­ing a can­cer treat­ment. In­sti­tute of En­gi­neers In­dia (IEI) Qatar Chap­ter re­cently paid homage to An­imesh at Ashoka Hall, In­dian Cul­tural Cen­tre. Bangiya Par­ishad Qatar (BPQ) also or­gan­ised a con­do­lence meet­ing with its mem­bers in the pres­ence of IEI En­gi­neers. Ab­dul Sathar, Chair­man of IEI; Mi­lan Arun, Pres­i­dent of In­dian Cul­tural Cen­tre; and Jay­ati Maitra, from Bangiya Par­ishad, along with other com­mit­tee mem­bers and en­gi­neers at­tended the con­do­lence meet­ing. An­imesh joined Shell Qatar as an Elec­tri­cal En­gi­neer in 1978. Sarkar was the Found­ing Sec­re­tary of

IEI – Qatar Chap­ter and Founder mem­ber, For­mer Pres­i­dent and Ad­viser of Bangiya Par­ishad Qatar, a so­cio-cul­tural or­gan­i­sa­tion of the ex­pa­tri­ate Ben­gali com­mu­nity in Qatar. An­imesh Sarkar leaves be­hind his wife Rita Sarkar, son An­wesh Sarkar and daugh­ter Piu Sarkar, who are cur­rently set­tled in Canada and United States.

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