Jamshedpur, Feb 25: Demanding suitable compensation, a job and a quarter to kin of Late Brajesh Sahay, AGM of Tata Motors who was killed by unidentified miscreants outside his resident in Nildih on Saturday Night, said A.K.Srivastava, National President Political Cell of Akhil Bhartiya Kayastha Mahasabha (ABKM) . In a letter addressed to A.B.Lal Plant Head, Tata Motors Ltd., Jamshedpur ‘while National Working Committee of Akhil Bhartiya Kayastha Mahasabha was on 2nd day of (23rd Feb’14), we could know from the local news paper that Brajesh Sahay a very promising officer of Tata Motors was murdered in the night of 22nd Feb’14 while entering in his quarter at night.
The meeting was abruptly stopped, 2 minutes silence was absorbed and team of Senior officials from Akhil Bhartiya Kayastha Mahasabha under the leadership of Ravinandan Sahay working president of ABKM consisting members from Bhopal, Jaipur, Udaypur, Delhi, Lucknow, Banaras, Raipur, Haldwani, Sahajhapur, Ranchi and Patna rushed to his residence and met the members of bereaved family and prayed God for peace of departed soul and give strength to the bereaved family to bear the repairable loss. O.P.Lal from Lucknow and organizing secretary of Akhil Bhartiya Kayastha Mahasabha suggested taking up the matter with the management of Tata Motors to support in giving education to his son, a suitable job to the bereaved family and providing a suitable quarter.
A.K.Srivastava further said that this matter was also taken very seriously from all corner of society and subsequently a delegation of Akhil Bhartiya Kayastha Mahasabha, Jamshedpur Mahanagar also met SSP, East Singhbhum and demanded immediate arrest of the culprit.
I think the matter must have been reported to the highest authority to Tata Motors management Pune and Mumbai. Fortunately Sahay had worked under Mr.Chhobe and Mr.Borwankar, added Srivastava.
Srivastava on behalf of the Chitransh of Jamshedpur Mahanagar and Seraikela-Kharsawan as well as a Chairman of Political Cell of All India Kayastha Mahasabha made a personal appeal to Tata Motors management to give full financial support by providing a suitable job and a quarter to the bereaved family.