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The race was organized a few days ago in memory of an Indian-American researcher

Indian-American researcher Sharmishtha Sen (file photo)

Indian-American researcher Sharmishtha Sen was a pharmacist and researcher who studied molecular biology and was working for cancer patients. She was originally from Sindri in Jharkhand (Jharkhand) and settled in Plano after her marriage to Arindam Roy.

Houston. Hundreds of members of the Indian-American community organized a race in Plano City, Texas, United States, in memory of an Indian-American researcher and athlete who was murdered earlier this month. According to police, 43-year-old Sharmistha Sen was murdered on August 1 while she was jogging near Chisholm Trail Park in Plano. His body was found by a passerby lying in a small river area near Marchman Way and Legacy Drive. Sen was a pharmacist and researcher who studied molecular biology and was working for cancer patients. She was originally from Sindri in Jharkhand and settled in Plano after her marriage to Arindam Roy. They have two sons.

On Saturday morning, members of the local community gathered at Chisholm Trail Park to pay tribute to Sen. She organized a memorial race at the same place where she used to frequent and took the same path to the park where she was jogging on the day of the murder. A friend of Sen said, “She has definitely left her mark and that’s why we are all here today to remember her.” In the afternoon, a large number of people gathered to show respect to Sen and his family. The police arrested the 29-year-old youth on the same day of Sen’s murder in the same area on charges of theft. According to police, Barkari is a suspect in the murder of Moncrif Sen but charges have not been framed on him at present.

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Sharmishtha Sen used to run everydaySen used to go for a run on the popular Chrisholm trail every morning. The day after his assassination, unknown people, neighbors and friends gathered around two trees near the park. They had flowers in their hands and shoes worn for running. To share her story, Sen’s husband has created an online page called ‘Caring Bridge’ and ‘Go Fund Me’, through which all the money deposited will be given to charitable organizations that work on Sen’s trending issues. They like cancer awareness, cancer research, healthy lifestyle and environmental protection etc.

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