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Tribute to Inderjit Singh Dhariwal after death at Oldbury event

Inderjit Singh Dhariwal Image copyright West Midlands Police
Image caption Inderjit Singh Dhariwal suffered head injuries at the charity event, police said

The family of a man who died after suffering serious head injuries at a charity function have paid tribute to the "kindest soul on the planet".

Inderjit Singh Dhariwal, 49, was injured at Samsons in Rood End Road, Oldbury, in the early hours of 22 November. He died the following day in hospital.

His daughter Pooja said he put everybody before himself.

Two men charged with murder have been remanded in custody.

'Never be the same'

Nicolas Salhan, 36, of Haybridge Avenue, Stourbridge, and Jonathan Davies, 42, from Old Bridge Walk, Rowley Regis, appeared at Wolverhampton Crown Court earlier and are next due in court on 25 January.

Image caption The incident happened at Samsons Banqueting Suite

Ms Dhariwal said her father's legacy would live on and would never be forgotten.

"Our father was the kindest soul on the planet. He put everybody before himself and was always willing to help," she said.

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