AL leader dies of Corona in USA
Staff Reporter: Expatriate Awami League leader Ramesh Chandra Saha has died of coronavirus in the US state of Georgia. He died Friday morning (January 1) at North Side Hospital in Georgia, local time. Ramesh had been undergoing treatment at the hospital for a long time after being diagnosed with corona infection. He was the founding president of the Georgia Juba League and vice-president of the Georgia Awami League. He was 60 years old at the time of his death. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and numerous relatives. His two daughters and wife are also affected by corona. They are said to be currently in home quarantine after a short treatment at the hospital. A source in the expatriate Bangladeshi community in Georgia confirmed the news.
Ramesh Chandra Saha, a resident of Noakhali, Bangladesh, had been living in Georgia for a long time. He was involved in various Bangladeshi organizations in Georgia. He was also the former Vice President of Georgia Bangladesh Association of Georgia, Founder General Secretary of Georgia Bangladesh Puja Samiti, Founder President of Georgia Juba League and later Vice President of Georgia Awami League. The Bangladesh Association of Georgia, Georgia Youth and Awami League, Georgia Bangladesh Puja Samiti, Progressive Forum, Georgia has expressed its deepest condolences to the bereaved family and the bereaved family.
In the second wave of Corona, the Bangladeshi community of Georgia is terrified of the death of Ramesh Saha in the early hours of the year. In the first wave of the Corona, a couple from Bagerhat in Georgia died in the Corona just one day apart. So far, three Georgian expatriate Bangladeshis, including Ramesh Saha, have reportedly died. Besides, it has been reported that more than a hundred Bangladeshis living in Georgia have been affected by Corona.