India pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar's father passes away battling liver cancer

New Delhi: Kiran Pal Singh, father of Indian cricket pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar, passed away on Thursday. He had been suffering from liver disease for several days. Kiran Pal, 63, breathed his last at his residence in Meerut. Kiran Pal, originally from Bulandshahr, was posted in uttar pradesh police for a long time. He had taken VRS a few years ago.

Kiran Pal was suffering from liver cancer, he had been ill for several days. The family had brought him to their home in Ganganagar after doctors responded. He was undergoing treatment at a hospital in Delhi AIIMS and Noida. The treatment continued under the supervision of doctors in England. His chemotherapy was completed in Delhi and Noida. After which he was feeling healthy.

But two weeks ago, his condition deteriorated again. He was admitted to a nearby hospital in Ganganagar. A few days after the condition remained stable, he was admitted to a hospital in Mussoorie in Muzaffarnagar area. He was hit by jaundice and several other diseases due to liver cancer after which doctors responded.

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