New Delhi: The untimely demise of Punjabi singer Labh Janjua, who is famous for songs like 'London Thumakda' and 'Jee Karda', shocked the music lovers to the core.
According to police, he is suspected to have died of a heart attack, although the exact cause of his death is yet to be ascertained.
However, apart from his sudden death what shocks more is the fact that nobody from the music industry came forward to give emotional support to the deceased singer's family.
Though as soon as the news of his death surfaced,, the entire music industry from Ayushman Khurana to Harshdeep Kaur jumped on social media to offer condolences but nobody showed the courage to visit the family.
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According to media reports only a handful of his friends turned up at the hospital where he was brought while his wife arrived from Punjab in the evening.
"He lived alone in a flat in Dheeraj Residency, Goregaon (West), and spent a few days every month here for recording his songs. On Wednesday, he complained of stomach ache and acidity, and his friend Rishi Raj took him to a private hospital following which he was fine," said Gautam Sharma, one of Janjua's friends.
Surely! It was not what his soul might be expecting from the fellow singers.