Sutapa Sikdar, Irrfan Khan’s wife, wrote on Facebook that she couldn’t get a hospital bed for a relative in Delhi because he wasn’t ‘Chhota Rajan.’
Sutapa Sikdar, late actor Irrfan Khan’s wife, has written a note on Facebook following the death of a relative due to Covid-19. In her letter, she mentioned that she was unable to locate a hospital bed for him due to a severe lack of resources in New Delhi.
Sutapa penned, “I had requested assistance for my relative Sameer Banerjee the day before. He left us today. In India’s capital, Delhi, we were unable to create an ICU. We couldn’t get a hospital bed, either. I’d like to express my gratitude to all of the covid warriors who assisted. I’ll never forget you all, and my blessings to you all for the rest of my life.”
She went on to say, “Sameerda’s smile will stay with me forever, and I will treasure my teenage memories with him. I’ll never forget not being able to get him a bed in ICU because he wasn’t Chota Rajan. He was a trustworthy person. I’ll never forget the chaos in Delhi.” Sutapa reminded her followers that people like Sameer might have been saved if more attention had been paid to supplying oxygen to people, ‘than Hindu festivals and Muslim festivals’.