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Grieving father thanks WA

Posted by: Paul Entwistle | 12 November, 2012 - 9:45 AM
Bhupinda Singh, father of taxi driver Kuldeep Singh spoke with Paul Murray on the Morning program.

The father of taxi driver Kuldeep Singh has spoken to 6PR about the grief of losing his son when a stolen 4WD crashed into the taxi his son was driving. Bhupinda Singh spoke to Paul Murray through an interpreter to thank  the Perth community for the way they reached out to Kuldeep's widow.

Blog comments Your Say

  • A very moving story. How wonderful to hear about the incredible outpouring of generosity from the broader community and to also hear of lawyers working altruistly to assist clients. I read on my FB news feed about the great work Soula Kakulas and Kakulas Legal were doing to help this client and I think it's commendable. We are all to ready to criticise lawyers but these guys seem the real deal!

    Lucy Thursday 15 November, 2012 - 9:22 AM
  • A very Moving Interview this morning PAUL many thanks... so sad for this family... Father a Broken man and who would not be to lose his Son the way he did so good that the community has helped them. so glad that Kuldeep.s Widow wants to stay in Australia , she will get help.

    Sandy Austin Monday 12 November, 2012 - 1:37 PM

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