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Actor Pia Bajpiee’s brother dies due to COVID-19, hours after she tweets seeking ventilator bed

Pia had been asking for help for a hospital bed and a ventilator for her brother on social media.

Actor Pia Bajpiee- (Photo: @piabajpai/Instagram)

New Delhi: Tamil actor Pia Bajpiee’s brother died due to COVID-19 on Tuesday (May 4). The actor took to her Twitter handle to share the heartbreaking news.

She tweeted, ”My brother is no more…” Pia had been asking for help for a hospital bed and a ventilator for her brother on social media. Hours before his demise, Pia posted, “I need urgent help in district Farukhabad , kayamganj block .UP.. a bed wd ventilator brother is dying ..any lead plz help Folded hands Plz Contact if u know anybody -9415191852 Abhishek.. we are already in mess”.

Pia had days before, posted a motivational note by Ash Alves on her Instagram handle to encourage her fans to stay strong at such a difficult time. Her note read, “Warrior. Remind yourself of what you’ve been able to overcome. All the times you felt like you weren’t going to make it through, you proved yourself wrong. You’re more powerful than you think – Ash Alves.”


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Bhumi Pednekar on May 2 also shared that she lost two loved ones in the last 24 hours. In a tweet, she wrote “Have lost 2 people we love from my immediate world in the last 24 hours, 3 super critical. I’ve spent my day looking for Oxygen & beds for the ones we can save”.

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Meanwhile, Sonu Sood called out China for blocking consignments of oxygen concentrators being transported to India. He tweeted, ”We are trying to get hundreds of oxygen concentrators to India. It’s sad to say that China has blocked lots of our consignments and here in India we are losing lives every minute. I request @China_Amb_India @MFA_China to help us get our consignments cleared so we can save lives”.

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