Legendary Sprinter Milkha Singh’s Wife Nirmal Dies Due To COVID-19 Complications | Other Sports News
Nirmal Kaur (c) was a former Director of Sports for Women within the Punjab Government.© AFP
Former Indian ladies volleyball group captain Nirmal Kaur, who’s the spouse of dash legend Milkha Singh, died at a Mohali hospital as a consequence of issues associated to COVID-19 an infection she had contracted final month. She was 85 and is survived by his husband, one son and three daughters. “We are deeply saddened to inform you that Mrs Nirmal Milkha Singh passed away after a valiant battle against COVID at 4 PM today,” a press release from the spokesperson of the Milkha household mentioned. “A back bone of the Milkha Family, she was 85 years old. It is tragic that the Flying Sikh Milkha Singh ji could not attend the cremation which was conducted this evening itself as he is still in the ICU (of PGIMER in Chandigarh) himself.”
Nirmal was delivered to Fortis Hospital at Mohali on May 26, two days after Milkha was admitted to the identical facility as a consequence of COVID-pneumonia.
Milkha was discharged on the request of the household every week later however Nirmal remained on the hospital, batting the dreaded an infection.
Milkha was later admitted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of PGIMER right here and he’s presently “stable and continues to improve”.
A former Director of Sports for Women within the Punjab Government and ex captain of the Indian nationwide volleyball group, Nirmal had fought a valiant battle until the very finish, the household spokesperson mentioned.
“The family has expressed its grateful thanks to everyone for their solidarity and prayers right through the battle which gave them the strength to face it bravely.”
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