Jamshedpur: City bid teaful adieu to noted advocate Udit Sarkar died of massive cardiac arrest after he reached Tatanagar by Howrah- Mumbai Mail at Tatanagar railway station around last mid-night. He was also associated with the BJP.
Emotions soar high during his last journey that started from his residence at Sonari and went to Bar Association office where fellow lawyers and advocates paid last respects. He was cremated this evening at Subernarekha Burning Ghat in Sakchi. Close friends, relatives andvarious party leaders participated in his last journey.
The 61-year-old Sarkar, a resident of Ashiana Gardens in Sonari who had undergone a coronary artery bypass surgery at Apollo Gleneagles Hospital in December 2018 was returning after a routine check-up at the same hospital.
“ We are in state of shock and never knew that he will leave us so soon. He had gone for a routine check-up to Kolkata and returned by Howrah-Mumbai Mail at the Tatanagar Station at around 11.40 pm and soon after boarding the SUV at Tatanagar Station complained of breathlessness and chest pain.
He was rushed to TMH where he was declared as brought dead,” said a relative.
Sarkar, an avid golfer and one of the leading criminal lawyers in the Jamshedpur civil court for close to four decades is survived by his wife Sushmita Sarkar, son Subir Sarkar, a practicing lawyer in Mumbai High Court and daughter Shruti Sarkar.
District BJP pays tribute to Udit Sarkar
Jamshedpur Mahanagar BJP expressed sorrow over the demise of senior advocate Udit Sarkar on Wednesday. District BJP president Dinesh Kumar said Sarkar would always be remembered as a learned member of the legal fraternity.
He said the BJP had lost a valuable member who guided it through thick and thin.
BJP has lost a guardian: Anil Modi
District BJP general secretary Anil Modi condoled the demise of senior city advocate Udit Sarkar on Wednesday. He said Sarkar was a scholar also known for social activities. He said the learned advocate was like a guardian for the district BJP. Sarkar’s death is a great loss for the party, he said.