Navjot Singh Sidhu Left Our ‘Depressed’ Mother To Die in 1989, Alleges His US-Based Sister Suman. WATCH VIDEO
Navjot Singh Sidhu's elder sister Suman Tur has accused him of “deserting” their mother for the "sake of money" in her old age.
New Delhi: In an shocking allegation, Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu’s “sister”, Suman Toor said that he abandoned their old-aged mother after the death of their father in 1986 and she later died as a destitute woman at Delhi railway station in 1989. Addressing the media, Sidhu’s US-based sister – Suman Toor has alleged that her “cold-blooded” brother left their ‘depressed’ mother to die to “quench his lust to usurp family property”.
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“We have seen very tough times. My mother was in the hospital for four months. I have documentary evidences of whatever I am claiming,” Suman Toor said.
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Suman Tur also demanded evidence from her brother for claiming that their mother had separated from their father. “Our mother had approached the court after Navjot Sidhu had claimed that there was a judicial separation between her and our father,” Tur said.
Suman Tur claimed that she went to meet Navjot Sidhu on January 20 but he refused to meet her and didn’t open the door.
“I was compelled to address a press conference after attempts to contact Navjot Singh Sidhu failed. He has blocked me on his phone. His servants also do not open doors. I want justice for my mother,” Suman Tur said.
“I am a 70-year-old and revealing these things about our family is really tough,” she said.
#WATCH | Chandigarh: Punjab Congress chief Navjot Singh Sidhu's sister from the US, Suman Toor alleges that he abandoned their old-aged mother after the death of their father in 1986 & she later died as a destitute woman at Delhi railway station in 1989.
(Source: Suman Toor) pic.twitter.com/SveEP9YrsD
— ANI (@ANI) January 28, 2022
Meanwhile, a response from Navjot Singh Sidhu on the allegations is still awaited.
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