Irrfan Khan’s wife Sutapa mourns relative’s death: ‘I’ll never ever forget I couldn’t get a bed in ICU for him’

Sutapa Sikdar, wife of the late actor Irrfan Khan, shared that a relative diagnosed by Kovid-19 died due to non-availability of a hospital bed in Delhi. Sutapa wrote a note on Sunday, which he tagged as ‘#notanobituary’. In the post, she expressed condolences and paid tribute to Sameer Da, saying, “I will never forget that I could not get a bed in the ICU for him because he was not Chhota Rajan.”

Sutapa, who recently celebrated her first death anniversary with husband Irrfan Khan, often shares portions of her personal life on Facebook. This time, he called the authorities in the national capital New Delhi for not making proper arrangements.

Her post read, “#notanobituary # notforget I posted the day before to help my relative Sameer Banerjee. Today he left us. We could not set up an ICU at home in Delhi, the capital of India. And we did not get a bed in the hospital.
Thanks to all the Kovid warriors who helped. I will never forget all of you, my blessings to all of you as long as I am alive, I will never forget Samir’s smile. I will cherish my teenage memories with him. I will never forget that I could not get a bed in the ICU for him because he was not Chhota Rajan. He was an honest man. I will not forget this devastation in Delhi. You should also not forget that Banerjee Sheikh Das Dassis all have to go and they can stay with us for a while if we, as a country, were more focused on hospital oxygen plants and Hindu festivals. #delhigovt #modi #bettertobeachotarajan # notforget. “

Sutapa is using her social media account to seek medical help for many of her friends and family during the coronavirus epidemic.

He updated one of his posts saying, “Our problem has been resolved for the time being. To ensure that the citizens have more trust in us today, the government has it .. I am not removing the post for all the numbers and any problem is needed from it. “

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