Children remember dad who died after attack at a charity function
A man who died after being attacked at a charity function has been described as “the kindest soul on the planet” by his family.
Inderjit Singh Dhariwal, 49, was injured at Samsons Baqueting Suite in Rood End Road, Oldbury, West Midlands, in the early hours of Sunday 22nd November. He died the following day in hospital.
His children, paying tribute to him, said their lives will never be the same again.
Pooja Dhariwal, 21, the daughter of Inderjit, said: “Our father was the kindest soul on the planet.
“He put everybody before himself and was always willing to help.
“He had many big things to look forward to; his 50th birthday, both of my brothers 21st birthdays, his granddaughter’s 1st birthday and many more.
“Our dad meant the world to us and his loss has shaken the family as well as the community. Our lives will never be the same without our taxi, our friend, our confidant, our dad!
“We miss you dad and love you forever, your legacy lives on and you will never be forgotten. RIP.”
Nicolas Salhan, a 36-year-old from Haybridge Avenue in Stourbridge and Jonathan Davies, 42, from Old Bridge Walk in Rowley Regis − both security staff – are awaiting trial for murder having been arrested by West Midlands Police detectives follow a major investigation.