Delhi ACP’s husband dies due to Covid-19, commissioner says ‘will never be able to forget me’

Surender Jeet Kaur, ACP (Crimes Against Women) in the South-East district of the Delhi Police, also ACP (Covid Cell) of the district shows adverse sadness as she lost his husband Charan Jeet Singh due to covid-19. Singh, a 54-year-old resident of Lajpat Nagar and a businessman, is survived by his wife and their 26-year-old son who lives in Canada.

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“My husband didn’t step out of the house when the lockdown started, but I went out daily because of my job… I will never be able to forgive myself,” said Assistant Commissioner of Delhi Police Surender Jeet Kaur on Tuesday, a day after her husband Singh, at a hospital in Delhi. She also said that she had a conference call with Singh and their son when Singh showed breathlessness and severe symptoms.

Kaur, 57, ACP (Crimes Against Women) in the South-East district of the Delhi Police, is also ACP (Covid Cell) of the district. On May 20, five days after Kaur tested positive for the virus, her husband Singh tested positive, followed by the ACP’s 80-year-old father on May 24. All of them had symptoms and while Kaur and Singh were admitted to Indraprastha Apollo hospital, her father was admitted to Max hospital in Saket. On May 26, Kaur returned home after recovering from the virus. However, Singh, her other half could not.

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