Singer-composer B Praak’s wife Meera Bachan shared her first statement on social media on Thursday after the couple's child, a newborn baby boy, passed away at the time of his birth. Taking to Instagram, she penned a heartbreaking poem sharing how she will love him till the end of time. Her note read, "There's a special angel in the heaven that is a part of me, it is not where I wanted him but God wanted him to be. He was here for a moment just like a shooting star, and though he's in heaven but not so far. He touched the heart of many like only angel can do."
Meera continued, "I would have loved him deeply only if I would knew. Even though you are not with me, I will never stop loving you. I think about you every second and only wish I could turn the time in my favor, and tell you how much we love you. All those months your little heart beating so strongly All those months.. is silent Your little arms and legs moving vigorously all those months.. are now still. We dreamt so much of watching you grow, holding you tight, but destiny was such that all I dream of is your smile." She concluded by saying, "Mama will love you till the end of time and reality is you were, you are and will always be mine. I love you My Angel." Soon after Meera posted her poem, friends, well-wishers, and fans shared their love and support in the comments section. Below is her post:
B Praak and Meera Bachan tied the knot on April 4, 2019, and were blessed with their first child, son Adabb, in 2020. The couple had revealed back in April this year that they were expecting their second child. A few days back, B Praak had announced the tragic news of the passing of their second child in a statement on social media that read: "With deepest pain we have to announce that our new born baby has passed away at the time of birth. It is the most painful phase we are going through as parents. We would like to thank all the doctors and the staff for their endless efforts and support. We are all devastated at this loss and we request you all to give us our privacy at this time."
24/06/2022 08:39 PM