Arijit Singh’s mother Aditi Singh, 52, passed away on Wednesday night due to cerebral stroke, who had recently recovered from COVID-19.

Superstar singer Arijit Singh’s mother Aditi Singh, who had recently been treated from COVID-19, died at a Kolkata hospital on 19th May. She died due to cerebral stroke. Aditi Singh was 52 years old and was admitted to the hospital for the treatment of COVID-19 when she was tested positive. She recovered from COVID-19 and tested negative for the virus on 17th May but unfortunately lost her life.

A hospital source confirmed the news of the death of Arijit Singh’s mother and said that-

“She passed away on 19th May’s night around 11 pm. She was admitted with COVID-19, was put on ECMO (extracorporeal membrane oxygenation). She tested negative on 17th but succumbed to a cerebral stroke last night.”

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In one of his most recent Facebook post, Arijit Singh had requested people to not step out of their homes as a preventive measure against the COVID-19 pandemic. In a long Facebook post, the singer shared several tips to avoid and stand still against COVID-19.

The Facebook post said: ‘Mai yeh baar-baar keh raha hun. Apne aap ko gharo mei band kar lijiye. Baahar mat nikaliye’. It translates to: ‘I am saying this again and again, please remain inside your houses and don’t go outside.’

The Post can be seen here:

His mother’s condition first came in the public eye when many well-known celebrities, including Srijit Mukherji and Swastika Mukherjee, took to social media in the first week of May to plead out a request for blood donors for her.

On this even Arijit added to raise a plea for his mother’s treatment by saying not to extend help just because he’s a celebrity and to treat every patient the same way.  He added on his social media that-

“It is my humble request to those who are trying to help me at this hour, Please Do not overdo things just because you see a name called Arijit Singh. Until we learn to respect each individual, we are not going to elevate ourselves from this disaster. I am thankful to people who reached out and helped but please remember we are all human beings. Every individual is priority.”

After this sudden and unfortunate death of his mother, he and his family members took her remains to their home at Jiaganj in Murshidabad on Thursday morning.

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