Diya Aur Baati Hum actress Deepika Singh’s mother, who has tested positive for Covid-19 has now recovered from COVID-19 and is back home.
Deepika took to her Twitter handle and a happy news that her mother has been recovered from the COVID-19.
Deepika Singh’s mother recovers from COVID-19
She shared a tweet, wherein, she thanked all her well-wishers for praying for her mother and it can be read as “Heartiest thankyou to all of you for praying and wishing speedy recovery for my mother. She is back home and safe. Grateful to everyone who has been a big support in this process. Dil Se Shukriya.”
Heartiest thankyou to all of you for praying and wishing speedy recovery for my mother.
She is back home and safe.
Grateful to everyone who has been a big support in this process.
Dil Se Shukriya 🙏🏻 @ArvindKejriwal @msisodia @rvishal2356
— Deepika Singh Goyal (@deepikasingh150) June 24, 2020
Earlier, Deepika shared a video seeking help from chief minister of Delhi, Arvind Kejriwal, alleging that her mother could not be admitted to a hospital due to Lady Hardinge Medical College’s refusal to hand over her medical reports. She made an urgent plea for help, adding that the 45 members of her joint family, who lived in the same house in the Paharganj area of Delhi, were at risk.
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My mom & dad are in Delhi. The test has been done in Lady Hardinge hospital & they didn’t give reports . They only allowed my father to click its picture. I really hope the concerned personell are reading this and my mom there receives some relief. We need your help . HNO 8365 Arya Nagar , Pahar Ganj , New Delhi 110055 , Near Ashoka Hotel at Aarakashan road . @arvindkejriwal @narendramodi 🙏
“My mother has never felt so weak in her life. Even my grandmother has breathing issues. There are 45 people in the house, and now everyone is at risk. My mother had not even stepped out and so we don’t even know how she got infected. We need to get everyone’s test done. Also, everyone is telling her that she should isolate herself at home. But what about the medicines and other care elements. We have no clue what to do,” she said in her message.