Versatile Singer Arijit Singh lost his mother due to COVID-19 complications
Arijit Singh’s mother, who had been admitted to a hospital after contracting COVID-19, passed away on Thursday.
Arijit Singh is one of the finest playback singers in the Bollywood Industry. Arijit has worked in many films and albums.
Previously, Arijit’s mother (Aditi Singh) was not keeping well due to some reasons and was admitted to AMRI Dhakuria hospital in Kolkata. She was 52 years old.
Arijit’s mother passed away on Thursday, 20th May, due to COVID-19 complications. She was extremely critical and breathed her last on Thursday morning around 11 am, reported India today.in.
Arijit’s mother was hospitalised in Kolkata and needed A- negative for the treatment.
In his recent posts on Facebook, the 34-year-old singer urged people to take precautions amid the deadly second wave of COVID-19 and said that he was ‘sacred.’ “Sorry to poke you all again and again.. I do not want to scare anybody but I am scared myself. “Kids are now getting symptomatic. For adults cases – all doctors, medical staff, scavengers, covid warriors, ambulance drivers, oxygen cylinder transport staff, cremation staff are getting either exhausted or down with COVID themselves, Singh wrote, “We are not ready for this. We don’t even have enough pediatric set up anywhere. It is my request – Please be careful. I am saying this again:- I know, we are a country where most people will die of hunger if they do not go to work. But, please do self lockdown if you can. Do not come out,” he added.
Here’s the post:
গায়ক অরিজিৎ সিংয়ের মা–র জন্য এ নেগেটিভ ডোনার চাই আগামীকাল ঢাকুরিয়া আমরিতে। উৎসাহী রক্তদাতারা যোগাযোগ করুন নিতাশার সঙ্গে 8017197476 নাম্বারে।।
— Srijit Mukherji (@srijitspeaketh) May 5, 2021
Before this, Arijit had shared a message on his Facebook page for fans who tried to help his mother.
He said, “It is my humble request to those who are trying to help me at this hour, Please Do not overdo things just because you see a name called Arijit Singh. Until we learn to respect each individual, We are not going to elevate ourselves from this disaster. I am thankful to people who reached out and helped but please remember we are all human beings. Every individual is priority.”