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UNC pays tribute to Ramlogan Palloo

Opposition party of Trinidad and Tobago, UNC, has paid tribute to Mr Ramlogan Palloo on his demise with a heartfelt message.

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Trinidad and Tobago: Opposition party of Trinidad and Tobago, UNC, has paid tribute to Mr Ramlogan Palloo on his demise with a heartfelt message.

Palloo has served as an executive member of the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha. He was also the Chairman of the Baal Vikaas Committee and Chairman of the South Eastern Regional Council.

The opposition party stated, “Yesterday evening UNC received the heart-breaking news of the passing of Mr Ramlogan Palloo. Indeed, he was a man who wore many caps, but above all, he was a son of the soil, a friend, brother, mentor, father figure and an all-around genuine human being.”

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Mr Palloo has spent years as a teacher, and even after retiring from the profession, he still taught valuable life lessons to so many. At the time of his passing, he secured the position of President of the Lower Palmyra Shiv Mandir, where he was always seen as a unifying figure.

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added, “He is remembered by many for his gentle nature, enthusiasm to support in anything, and sound counsel, which many sought. Mr Palloo has undoubtedly been a great blessing and would be deeply missed by those who had the great pleasure of knowing him.”

“He has stirred so many lives and has given scribe service to his community, his nation and has always supported the principles of Sanatan Dharma. His legacy is one that is larger than life itself, and his love for people would definitely live in the many lives he has touched,” the opposition added.

The opposition leader further concluded, “On account of our UNC family, I extend most profound sympathies to the family, friends, and the Sanatan Dharma Maha Sabha members and to all those who had the wonderful opportunity to know Mr Ramlogan Palloo. My humble prayer is that his soul finds eternal rest in the loving arms of Bhagwan Shri Krishna.”

 

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