Tajinder Kaur Basi was “best mum” say grieving daughters
THE family of a West Bromwich woman who died following an incident at a Worcestershire pub have paid tribute to her.
Tajinder Kaur Basi, aged 39, died on New Year’s Eve, three days after she was injured at the Robin Hood pub in Drayton, near Belbroughton in the early hours of 28 December.
Police have said Ms Basi’s death is being treated as unexplained.
Her distraught family paid tribute to her as detectives continued with their investigation.
Her two daughters, Sonam, 18, and 16-year-old Simram, said she was “the best mum anyone could ask for.”
In a statement they said: “Our mum was the best mum anyone could ask for and we miss her so much. We want to move forward and will do everything possible to make our darling mum proud. We love her so much and always will. She’ll be forever missed.”
Her funeral was held earlier this month at the Sikh Temple in Smethwick.
Ms Basi worked for ten years as a social worker for both Sandwell and Solihull Social Services and specialised in housing and education needs for children entering the country.
She leaves behind her parents Surinder Sanghera and Sadhu Singh Sanghera, who both live in Oldbury, as well three brothers and sister who lives in Canada.
The investigation into her death is continuing and police are urging anyone with information who has not yet spoken to them to get in touch at the earliest opportunity.
Anyone with information can call Bromsgrove CID on 0300 333 3000 quoting incident 95-S-281209.