Mangaluru: Mortal remains of Ronald D'Souza reach hometown after two months


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Jun 9: The mortal remains of Ronald D'Souza (53), who had breathed his last at Jizan, Saudi Arabia, on March 19, have now reached his hometown. His mortal remains reached here after over two months, and the funeral is scheduled to be held on Wednesday June 9.

Ronald had joined a company in Saudi Arabia two years back as an electrician. He was a native of Pandithhouse, Thokottu. His lifeless body was found in the room where he lived, on March 19. His last contact with his wife was by a video call.


Ronald D'Souza

The company which failed to contact his family to convey the message of his demise finally got into contact with the Mumbai agent through whom Ronald had bagged the job. The agent had shared the information in Mangaluru-based WhatsApp groups. Based on this information, Indian Social Forum, basically having members from Ullal, began efforts to bring his body to India. The family members of the deceased had contacted G K Saleem of the Indian Social Forum. The team after searching in many hospitals, found that Ronald's mortal remains were stored in King Fahad Hospital.

Ronald’s family thanked Guruvayanakere G K Saleem, Siddique Ullal, Indian Social Forum Aseer central committee vice president Haneef Manjeshwar and MLA U T Khader, for the effort made by them to get Ronald’s mortal remains back to India.

Ronald is survived by wife and two children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

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  • A I DIAS, BARKUR / MUMBAI

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Untimely death. Heartfelt condolences to his family members. May his soul rest in peace. Amen.

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  • Jessy Pinto, Kulshekar

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    So sad news. May the departed soul rest in peace. Amen 🙏

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  • Al Dsouza, Canada

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    RIP. My sincere condolences to his family. What role indian embassy plays to help its citizens. Even the staff at indian embassy hard to deal with. In the past I have been to Indians embassy for emergency visa for my family. But it was not easy and many staff are not.friendly to deal with.

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  • Francis J Martis, Barkur/USA

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Rest in Peace Ronald. This is how Indian Embassy works, Indian Embassy has no voice, no strength and NO POWER in Middle East Countries and elsewhere when it comes to very important matters. Who cares Indian Embassy this is the attitude in those countries.

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  • BAPTIST PETER PEREIRA, MANGALORE PANDESHWAR

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    REST IN PEACE RONALD D ' SOUZA Well many many thanks to G .K SALEEM , SIDDIQUE , HANEEF & M.L.A. U . T. KHADER your many effort's body reached INDIA Tk's & Rgd's Baptist Peter Pereira

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Nallasopara

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Rest in Peace & we are grateful to U T Khader ...

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Wed, Jun 09 2021

    Only Khadar Sorake types are responding to the needy! Rest are busy with private affairs...serving the people!

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