- Jasprit Bumrah’s granddad’s body was found in the Sabarmati stream
- The body was discovered two days after he was accounted for missing
- Police trust that Santok Singh Bumrah conferred suicide
AHMEDABAD: The assortment of Indian cricketer Jasprit Bumrah’s granddad was discovered today in the Sabarmati waterway in Ahmedabad, two days after he had disappeared, in what police suspect is an instance of suicide.
Santok Singh Bumrah’s body was angled out from the stream early today, Dharmendra Singh Solanki, Police Station Officer of the Sabarmati Riverfront (East) police headquarters, told news office PTI.
The police presume Santok Bumrah, 84, submitted suicide.
His girl in-law Rajinder Bumrah had recorded a missing individual’s protestation on Friday at the Vastrapur police headquarters here, cop Solanki said.
As indicated by the objection, Santok Bumrah had come to Ahmedabad from Uttarakhand on December 1 to meet Jasprit Bumrah, however, he had disappeared on Friday night after he went out at Vastrapur without advising the relatives, the authority said.
As per Mr. Solanki, this seems, by all accounts, to be an instance of suicide and a test is on.
“We have sent the body to the common clinic for posthumous and have enrolled an instance of inadvertent demise,” the officer included.
The 24-year-old Ahmedabad-conceived pacer, Jasprit Bumrah, a consistent in One Day Internationals and T20s for India, was as of late picked in the squad for Test arrangement against South Africa starting one month from now. He was associated with India’s misfortune against Sri Lanka in the main ODI of the arrangement today.