The COVID-19 cases are rapidly rising across the country. Many celebrities and sports personalities also lost their loved ones due to coronavirus. Breaking news has come up that Shiv Prasad Singh, who is the father of former cricketer RP Singh has passed away due to coronavirus on Wednesday. Shiv Prasad Singh was not well for a long time and then he tested positive for COVID-19 a few weeks back. He was serving under the treatment for this in a private hospital Medanta in Lucknow. Mr. RP Singh has Tweeted the news of demise on Twitter written “It is sad to inform that my father Mr. Shiv Prasad Sigh has been dead due to coronavirus on Wednesday. He was suffering from COVID-19 for the past few weeks.

RP Singh's Father Passes Away

We request you all to pray for my father. RIP Papa”. RP Singh has twisted about the sudden demise of his friend Piyush Chawla’s father who has died from COVID-19 on Monday. He was also treated for this in a private hospital where he couldn’t survive. RP SinghTTwitted for Piyush Chawla’s father that “My dear brother Piyush Chawla’s father died due to COVID-19 on Monday. My deepest condolence to the family and Piyush. I pray that you go through this hard time with patience. May his soul rest in peace. COVID-19 has taken one more life”. RP Singh is a World Cup winner who has left the IPL 2021 as a commentator after his father tested positive for COVID-19.

RP Singh has represented India in Test cricket, One Day Internationals, and 20-20 International cricket. He ha played in the Under-19 World Cup in Bangladesh in 2004. Then he played the Ranji Trophy for Uttar Pradesh and made a place in ODI by his tremendous performance. In 2015, he moved to Gujrat in the domestic circuit and played several tournaments. In 2007, he got selected for the ICC World Twenty20 which was held in South Africa. He became the secong0highest wicket-taker in the tournament, as he took 12 wickets in 7 matches.

RP Singh selected for the England tour as a replacement for Zaheer Khan in 2019. He was bought by Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League player auction in 2012. He bought by Royal Challengers Banglore in the player auction in 2013. Then in IPL 2016, he played a few matches for Rising Pune Supergiants. He has played as a left-arm fast-medium bowler. He has announced his retirement in 2018 from all forms of cricket. Nw the IPL 2021 is suspended midway due to COVID-19. The last rites of RP Singh’sfather will be performed on Thursday. To know more about this article stay connected to us.


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