Virat Kohli expressed grief over the demise of legendary hockey participant Balbir Singh Sr., Bhajji remembered this fashion

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket crew, has mourned the demise of veteran hockey participant Balbir Singh Sr. (Balbir Singh Sr.), who gave Olympic hockey to the hockey crew 3 times. Tributes have been paid by way of the media.

Balbir Singh, 95, took his final breath on Monday morning. He was sick for a very long time and was admitted to Fortis Hospital in Mohali. <! –

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                 Balbir Singh was admitted to the hospital on 8 May.

He was in a semi aware state from May 18 and a blood clot had frozen in his mind. He was admitted to hospital after pneumonia and excessive fever in his lungs. Abhijeet Singh, director of Fortis Hospital in Mohali, confirmed his demise.

Kohli tweeted, 'Very unhappy to listen to the information of the demise of the good Balbir Singh Sr. My condolences are along with his household in instances of grief.

Apart from Kohli, former veteran spinner Bishan Singh Bedi additionally shared the previous picture with Balbir Singh and remembered him.

Team India veteran off-spinner Harbhajan Singh additionally paid tribute to Balbir Singh and mentioned that if you see his achievements, then you’ll stay speechless.

Balbir Singh performed an essential function in successful India's gold medal within the Olympics in London (1948), Helsinki (1952) and Melbourne (1956).

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