Moushumi Chatterjee’s son-in-law immerses the ashes of wife Payal after 18 months-Exclusive! – Eagles Vine

Moushumi Chatterjee’s son-in-law Dicky Sinha is still feeling extremely lonely after having lost his partner Payal, whom he’d married in 2010. Moushumi and her husband Jayanta Mukherjee had reportedly cut off contact with Payal and Dicky, and even when Payal breathed her last in December 2019, Dicky alleged that Moushumi did not come to see her daughter’s face. Things are still unpleasant between the two parties in question and Dicky, when contacted this afternoon, said rather calmly, “We are not in touch”.

The relations between Dicky and his in-laws have become so estranged that according to Dicky, neither of Payal’s parents inquired about her ashes which Dicky had kept outside his door for 18 months, and nor did he inform them when he set about to immerse them last week.

Yes, Payal’s ashes were immersed only last week. Confirming this, Dicky told ETimes, “I had promised Payal when her last rites were being performed that I would immerse her asthiyan (ashes) at Triveni Sangam- the confluence of the Ganga, Yamuna, and Sarasvati River in Prayagraj–which was her favourite religious place, in which she had maximum faith. In fact, she wanted to go to Triveni Sangam but we couldn’t. To date, I had kept the ashes outside our home door. Now, I have permanently kept her at Triveni Sangam. She is happy where she is. She was a very nice soul and I will always do anything for her.”

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Explaining the reason that caused the delay, Dicky revealed, “I had booked the tickets for Triveni last year. But then, the lockdown came into effect”.

“What I have lost only I know. While I was immersing the ashes I felt that she blessed me. But even today, I feel a big vacuum inside me,” Dicky concluded.

For those who’ve come in late, the Chatterjees and Dicky had collaborated on a business, which soon led to differences between them. After that, Payal contracted diabetes and was in a coma for nearly 30 months. Reportedly, the doctors had managed to revive her to a certain extent, whereby she could manage to walk with support. However, later, her nephrological system gave way leading to numerous complications. She underwent two surgeries, one of them being a brain one. In 2018, in the interim, Moushumi went on to file a legal complaint that Dicky was not taking care of Payal and she should be handed over to them. However, Payal remained with Dicky.

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