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Shaheed Bhagat Singh’s nephew Abhay Singh Sandhu passes away

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Chandigarh, May 14, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Abhay Singh Sandhu, the nephew of Shaheed Bhagat Singh passed away Friday.

He had been test positive for COVID-19 and was undergoing treatment for last some days.

64 years old Sandhu was admitted to Fortis Hospital in Mohali where he breathed his last today owing to COVID related health problems.

Abhay Singh Sandhu was son of S.Kulbir Singh, a younger brother of Shaheed Bhagat Singh.

Abhay Singh was a social activist, who had worked hard to spread the ideology of the martyr.

He also joined People’s Party of Punjab floated by Manpreet Singh Badal and fought 2012 election from Nawanshahar Vidhan Sabha constituency.

Punjab Chief Minister Capt Amarinder Singh, Health Minister Balbir Singh Sidhu and SAD president Sukhbir Singh Badal have condoled the death of Abhay Singh Sandhu.

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