Former India pacer RP Singh’s father died on Wednesday. RP Singh took to Twitter to interrupt the information along with his followers, saying that he was affected by Covid. “It is with deepest grief and sadness we inform the passing away of my father, Mr Shiv Prasad Singh. He left for his heavenly abode on 12th May after suffering from Covid. We request you to keep my beloved father in your thoughts and prayers. RIP Papa,” RP Singh tweeted.
It is with deepest grief and disappointment we inform the passing away of my father, Mr Shiv Prasad Singh. He left for his heavenly abode on 12th May after affected by Covid. We request you to maintain my beloved father in your ideas and prayers. RIP Papa.
— R P Singh (@rpsingh) May 12, 2021
Former India cricketers tweeted their condolences messages for RP Singh’s father.
Our deepest condolences to you and the household! Stay robust brother. #OmShanti
— Pragyan Ojha (@pragyanojha) May 12, 2021
“Our deepest condolences to you and the family! Stay strong brother,” Pragyan Ojha wrote on Twitter.
Our heartfelt condolences
— RAMESH POWAR (@imrameshpowar) May 12, 2021
“Our heartfelt condolences,” Ramesh Powar mentioned in his tweet.
Saddened by the demise of @rpsingh father. Heartfelt Condolences to you & your loved ones brother. May his soul RIP, Om Shanti
— Suresh Raina (@ImRaina) May 12, 2021
Herschelle Gibbs, who performed with RP Singh within the IPL whereas representing Deccan Chargers, additionally prolonged his condolences on Twitter.
Sorry to listen to about your pops rp… keep robust buddy
— Herschelle Gibbs (@hershybru) May 12, 2021
“Sorry to hear about your pops rp… stay strong buddy,” Gibbs mentioned.
RP Singh, who performed 14 Tests, 58 One-day Internationals and 10 Twenty20 Internationals, was a part of the Indian staff that received the inaugural version of the T20 World Cup in 2007.
The 35-year-old left-arm seamer introduced his retirement from all types of the sport in September 2018.
RP Singh picked up 15 wickets in T20Is, 69 in ODIs and 40 within the longest format of the sport.
On Monday, Piyush Chawla, who was additionally a part of the 2007 T20 World Cup successful squad, misplaced his father because of the lethal coronavirus.
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