The body of Santok Singh Bumrah, 84, the grandfather of Indian cricketer Jaspreet Bumrah, was recovered from Sabarmati river on Sunday morning by the Ahmedabad fire and emergency service rescue team.Santok Singh was reported missing on December 8, regarding which a complaint was lodged with the Vastrapur police by his daughter Rajinder Kaur Bumrah, who lives in Vastrapur. According to her complaint, Santok Singh had approached Jaspreet’s mother Daljit Kaur Bumrah on Friday and requested that he be allowed to meet the cricketer, but wasn’t.After the incident, he left the house and later, the missing complaint was lodged with the police.On Sunday morning, the Ahmedabad Fire and Emergency service rescue team were informed about a body in the Sabarmati river. The body was fished out and a voter ID card was recovered, through which the police could ascertain his identity.A complaint of suicide has been lodged and further investigation is on. Primary investigation revealed that Santok Singh felt bad after he was barred from meeting his grandson and killed himself in grief.

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Jaspreet Bumrah’s missing grandfather found dead in Sabarmati river