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Lily Saikia passed away

With a heavy heart I share the extremely sad news that Lily Saikia (Ilu mahi) expired suddenly on Tuesday evening 9:00pm, 6 October, 2009 at her residence in Walsall, Birmingham. She was 72, and retired as a senior social worker at Birmingham County Council Social Services. She left behind her husband Bap Saikia, son - Anjan Saikia & Jane and granddaughter: Hannah. May her soul rest in peace. Our condolence to the bereaved family. Rini Kakati

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Hi Rini, I can't believe on this. Do you have any contact no of her husband/Son, pls write to me on sunny2ynnus@gmail.com, Thnks Sunny
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Hi Rini,  Pls share any contact information how can i contact to Bap Chandra Saikia  

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