Late Singer SP Balasubrahmanyam’s Son SP Charan Rubbishes The Rumours Of Hospital Charging Rs 3 Crore For His Father’s Treatment

SP Charan refutes the rumours of his late father SP Balasubrahmanyam hospital bills being Rs 3 crore in his latest social media post

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Late Singer SP Balasubrahmanyam’s Son SP Charan Rubbishes The Rumours Of Hospital Charging Rs 3 Crore For His Father’s Treatment
SP Balasubrahmanyam passed away on September 25, 2020, which left the music lovers mourning. Now as per reports circulated on the internet, it was stated that the late singer’s family was charged a whopping Rs 3 Crore for the singer’s treatment by the MGM hospital. It was also reported that the hospital released the mortal remains of the singer only after the family cleared Rs 1.85 crore out of Rs. 3 crore, followed by Vice President Venkaiah Naidu paying the balance amount. The news was also afloat that the late singer’s family approaching the Tamil Nadu government to seek help.

Hence, the late singer’s son SP Charan taking to his social media account has claimed all these reports to be false and expressed the family being hurt with these fake news reports being circulated on the internet. While he did not name the person who spread this false news, he further added the hospital and he will take the required course of action by either releasing a statement or maybe interacting with the media soon, addressing this issue.

He was heard saying, “I'd like to say that I forgive this person but he needs to grow up and do the right thing. He has no base in spreading such rumours. He has no knowledge what the treatment was, how much the bills were and who paid what. Me and the hospital will do a press release to muff all the rumours. It is so simple to post things online and mess things up for people.”
He also claimed none of the true fans of the late singer would do such a thing. ALSO READ: SP Balasubrahmanyam No More: Hospital Issues Official Statement; Confirms Singer Suffered A Cardio-Respiratory Attack


Image Source: Instagram/ spbcharan
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