IBC-24 news anchor Supreet Kaur reads out the publication. (Screengrab) Her job is to check out news on TV and Supreet Kaur did simply that by reading the breaking news of her other half's death in a roadway accident, leaving her shell-shocked coworkers speechless by her exemplary commitment.A news reader at Chhattisgarh's personal IBC-24 channel, Kaur kept her composure throughout Saturday morning's live news bulletin as a press reporter telephoned in details of a deadly accident involving a Renault Duster at Pithara in Mahasamund district previously in the day.The reporter said three of the five
people taking a trip in the vehicle were dead. Though he did not identify the dead, there was enough for Kaur to immediately realise it could be her husband. He too was to travel in a Renault Duster along the same route during the same time in addition to four companions.She broke down, however just after having strolled out of the TELEVISION studio after the news hour."She is an extremely brave woman. We are proud of her as an anchor, but what occurred today has actually left us in shock,"stated a colleague.Kaur, 28, has been a news anchor with IBC-24, one of Chhattisgarh's most-viewed channels, for the previous 9 years. Hailing from Bhilai, she had married Harsad Kawade a year back and the couple were citizens of Raipur.Kaur has actually left for the mishap website. Back at workplace of the TV channel, her guts is dominating the conversations."She got a sense
that it was her spouse's automobile. She read the publication and only when she came out of the studio, she began calling her relatives, "a senior editor said.The editor stated the staffers had come to know that her spouse was dead while she read the news."But we did not tell her. We did not have the courage,"the editor explained.In any case, Kaur's nerve is unmatchable.