Kamaldip Hulait Obituary, Death – The family of Kamaldip Hulait, a 46-year-old man who died in a hit-and-run incident two years ago in Oxfordshire, has recently made a heartfelt appeal for information, hoping to find the person responsible for their loved one’s death. Kamaldip Hulait was discovered with severe injuries on 11 July 2021, on Wyfold Lane in Peppard Common. The exact time frame of the incident was determined to be between 03:13 and 06:35 BST.
On the second anniversary of his death, Kamaldip’s family expressed their ongoing grief and emphasized how they miss him every single second. They urged the individual responsible for the hit-and-run to come forward and “do the right thing.” Sharni Hulait, Kamaldip’s sister, conveyed the unimaginable pain of losing a brother in such a tragic manner, stating that no family should have to endure such a devastating loss and that no parent should ever have to experience this kind of sorrow.
Sharni Hulait firmly believes that the person responsible for her brother’s death is still free and aware of the actions they took that fateful day. The family shared their belief that the individual is “roaming free” while they continue to suffer the anguish of their loss. Kamaldip’s younger brother, Jazz Hulait, expressed how he only now fully realizes the significance of his older brother’s role in his life, acknowledging the tremendous impact Kamaldip had on him.
Jazz Hulait recounted the moment he received the devastating news of his brother’s passing. He described his mother’s phone call, expressing his confusion at her distraught state and inability to comprehend her words through her tears. The police had already informed his mother, and the news shattered Jazz’s world.
In their renewed appeal for information, Kamaldip’s family emphasized that they have not found peace or closure in the two years since his death. They expressed their continued frustration at the lack of justice for Kam, urging anyone who has information to come forward. They believe that someone out there knows something about the incident and implored them to consider how they would feel if a similar tragedy occurred within their own family.
Following the recent inquest, which determined that Kamaldip Hulait’s cause of death was a road traffic accident and that the driver fled the scene, the investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Tony Jenkins, expressed his longstanding desire to provide closure to the grieving family.
Thames Valley Police has appealed to the public for any information that could help solve the case. They encourage individuals with relevant information to come forward and assist in bringing justice to Kamaldip Hulait and his grieving family.