Former UNC Local Government Minister Dhanraj Singh, who has been placed on a suicide watch at the St Ann's Hospital, hugged his wife Leela and his mother Shiela yesterday, and declared that it is his three children that are keeping him alive.
Singh's three children Adesh, 16, Sharda, 14, and Rajiv, 7 were unable to visit their father yesterday, because children must be 18 and over to visit patients at the Forensic Ward.
Sources at St Ann's told Newsday that Singh will continue to be on a suicide watch and increased security at the forensic ward will also continue.
Singh will appear before a Mayaro magistrate on Monday charged with the murder of Chairman of the Mayaro/Rio Claro Regional Corporation Hansraj Sumairsingh.
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