A popular Keralite biker and a former Certification Officer at the Indian Consulate in Dubai, Japin died in a motorcycle accident in the Kolba district of Sharjah on Saturday, December 23, 2022. It was very sad to hear of a popular biker known worldwide for his riding skills and stunts.
How did Keralite biker die?
According to sources, the bike racer from Malayalee was involved in the bike accident and was later identified by police as Japin Jayaprakash, a resident of the Kozhikode Balussery estate, Kerala. Japin Jayaprakash was only 37 years old. However, when the incident occurred, Japin was on a morning bike ride, and later the news of his accident reached his family. Sharjah police said a 37-year-old Indian man died at the scene of the accident after his bike crashed into a concrete barrier on the road.
As per the official reports, the operational service reported a call received at around 07:50 am on Saturday, which rushed to the scene on the Sharjah-Kalba road. After the police responded to the call and rushed to the scene, he was taken to the hospital where he could not survive due to his injuries. Also, Japin was a family man, he was survived by his wife, Dr. Anju Japin, and two children.
The career of Keralite Biker
Talking about his career and passion, then the Japanese was an athlete and participated in several international bike competitions. As soon as the news of his passing became known, messages of condolence began to appear on the Internet.
However, a source close to his family said that Japin was preparing to open his advertising company on Monday, but before that he committed suicide. Japin’s close friend, who also went to school with him, said he couldn’t deal with the news. He said: “We were a family. We were supposed to start a business together.”
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Sunil S. Puram wrote in a Facebook post, “Japin… Very sad that your journey has come to a halt… Can’t believe it… At the Indian Consulate in Dubai, you were always there to help when needed… I wish you eternal peace.” He also had a huge fan base on social media including Instagram and Facebook where he shared his cycling skills and videos.