Mumbai Bridge Collapse: Tapendra Thage Singh Luhar had big dreams for his daughter, says kin of deceased
| Saturday | 16th March, 2019
A resident of Nepal, Luhar had come to Mumbai around a decade ago with a dream to provide education to his three-year-old daughter Tanishka.
He had big dreams for the daughter, wanted to teach her, and had even enrolled her into a play school," said Rupa Krishna Singh, Luhar's cousin.
Luhar's younger brother Sunil works at a Chinese restaurant in Matunga.
The relatives of 27-year-old Tapendra Thage Singh Luhar, one of the victims of the Himalaya Bridge collapse, had to pool in money so that Luhar's last rites could be performed.
On Thursday, when Luhar, who would normally return home by 8 pm didn't turn up, his relatives started searching for him.
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