Sahara Group Chairman: Subrata Roy Passes Away.

After a long illness, 75-year-old Subrata Roy, the founder and chairman of Sahara India Pariwar, passed away in Mumbai. The renowned business leader passed away, and many have sent their condolences and respects in response.

Prominent politicians, business partners, and athletes conveyed their grief at Subrata Roy’s passing and considered his significant contributions to industry, society, and charity.

In expressing his condolences, former chief minister of Uttar Pradesh and leader of the Samajwadi Party Akhilesh Yadav said, “His demise is an emotional loss for the state and the country because along with being a very successful businessman, he was also a very sensitive person with a big heart who helped countless people and became their support.”
In an X post, seasoned actor Anupam Kher said, “Saddened to learn about Sahara Shri Subrata Roy Ji’s passing! I’ve met him several times on various occasions! He was big-hearted, friendly, and always willing to provide a hand. May God grant him eternal rest.”

Former Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh saddened Subrata Roy’s loss, calling him a true stalwart. He also remembered how the CEO of Sahara Group had supported him following his cancer diagnosis.

“I was saddened to learn of Mr. Subrata Roy’s demise. He was a true stalwart. He was a living example of someone who, in spite of all the circumstances, never gave up. He was one of the few persons who was there for me when I was told I had cancer. He was someone my family and I looked up to and was always extremely close to. He was a fighter who, in spite of going through difficult circumstances, gave it his all right up to the very end. A great loss and an extremely hard vacuum to replace. “RIP, sir. My prayers are with his family and well-wishers for strength,” Yuvraj Singh commented.

In an Instagram post, former cricket player Suresh Raina expressed his feelings, writing, “Great motivator, speaker, and sports lover is no more.”

“He used to be a great sports lover and supported a lot of sports persons,” Indian badminton player Saina Nehwal said in a post on X. I appreciate all of your love and support, sir. We shall miss you.”

In 1978, Subrata Roy established Sahara India Pariwar. The company increased its footprint in a number of sectors under his direction, including media, hotel, real estate, and finance.

Roy’s voyage was not without difficulties. His detention resulted from legal issues he had with financial problems in 2014. But the court cases went on, and eventually he was freed on bond.

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