EASTENDERS fans are in tears after Suki Panesar broke down over son Jags being murdered in prison.
The businesswoman – who is played by actress Balvinder Sopal in the BBC soap – was devastated to get the news he had been killed by thugs.
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Viewers know the Panesars have been paying Ben Mitchell to have Jags protected from harm in prison.
But this week, Ben discovered that Kheerat has been sleeping with his former stepmother Sharon Watts.
Furious, Ben calls off the protection in a heat of the moment decision – one he will learn to regret.
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Later in the week, Kheerat had second thoughts about lying to Ben and came clean about his relationship with Sharon – before ending things.
He then went home to make things right with his mum Suki – but it was too late.
“Mum, I know you're angry with me and I'm sorry for the way I talked to you – it was disrespectful,” he says.
“That thing with Sharon is over now, because there is nothing in this world more important to me than this family and I know you feel the same.
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“So can we just put it behind us and move on? We need to stick together for Jags, for Habiba whatever you think of her – and their son."
But it was revealed how Suki was sitting sobbing in the dark – and not simply ignoring her son.
She said: "The prison chaplain called me ten minutes ago. Your brother was attacked in his cell. He's dead. Jags is dead."
Fans are in tears over the scenes.
One wrote: "I'm so sad. He was a great character who was underappreciated and pushed to the side-lines by his family."
A second said: "Awwww nooo I loved Jags!"
Another added: "Rip Jags you will be missed!"
EastEnders continues Friday 7:45pm on BBC One.
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