Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah’s grandfather Santok Singh Bumrah was found dead by Ahmedabad Fire and Emergency Services (AFES) in the Sabarmati river on Sunday. He has been missing since Friday and an FIR was also filed about him being missing by the family members.
His daughter Rajinder Kaur said in a complaint: “On December 8 at around 1:30 PM my father went to meet my sister-in-law Daljit Kaur Bumrah at their house in Goyal Intercity near Thaltej.” Santokh had seen Jasprit on television and had wanted to meet his grandson.
The complaint further adds:
“Daljit Kaur, mother of cricketer Jasprit Bumrah, refused to meet Santok Singh and also didn’t share number of her son.”
He was hurt and left the house and never returned. After two days,his dead body was found in the river. Police have registered a case of accidental death as of now. Sabarmati Riverfront (East) police inspector V S Rathva told The Indian Express that I don’t know that exact reason but his daughter (Rajinder Kaur) has lodged a complaint with Vastrapur police station where she has said that her father was not allowed to meet cricketer Jasprit Bumrah due to some old family dispute.”