Former Hockey Captain
Former Hockey Captain Olympian Ajit Pal Singh bereaved, Wife Passes away
Sports Minister Meet Hayer expresses deep grief over sad demise of basketball player Kiran Ajit Pal Singh
Chandigarh, May 20: The Captain of the 1975 Hockey World Cup winning Indian team and Padma Shri Olympian APajit l Singh on Saturday was bereaved when his wife and international basketball player Kiran Ajit Pal Singh passed away.
Kiran Ajit Pal Singh, who was 69 years old, passed away today in New Delhi after a brief illness. She was survived by her husband and two sons. The last rites of Kiran Ajit Pal Singh will be performed in New Delhi tomorrow.
Sports Minister Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer shared his grief with Hockey Olympian Ajit Pal Singh and described her passing away as a big loss for the sports world.
Meet Hayer expressed deep condolences to Ajit Pal Singh, and prayed to the Almighty to give eternal peace to the departed soul and courage to the bereaved family.
While Ajit Pal Singh captained India in the World Cup and Olympic Games in Hockey, his wife Kiran Ajit Pal Singh represented the country in basketball. They were one of the few select pairs in the world of sports who played for India. Kiran Ajit Pal Singh known as Kiran Grewal in Basketball was born in Lalton Kalan (Ludhiana). She was born, brought up and educated in New Delhi. Ajit Pal Singh hails from Sansarpur, a village known as the mecca of Hockey. The couple was living in New Delhi with family for a long time.
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