A relative of Satwant Kaleka, the president of the Wisconsin temple where six people were gunned down Sunday morning, today recalled him as an open-hearted, generous man who died defending the house of worship he helped build. “He was trying to protect his people,” said Gursher Gill, a Framingham man who is married to Simer Nagra, Kaleka’s niece. “That was very much in his character. He took responsibility for everybody.”
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