Former leader Dilip Gandhi dies of COVID-19

Former leader Dilip Gandhi dies of COVID-19

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Dilip Gandhi dies at the age of 69 years. The reason for his death was known to be COVID-19. He was found COVID-19 positive and was under treatment for multiple ailments. Due to his suffering, he was admitted to a hospital on Tuesday and was put on a ventilator. However, he was also going on under various ailments. He was one of the most amazing politicians who always worked for the poor. He used to give his best in his workings. Various leaders were saddened by his sudden demise. He was going through a lot as was not well due to coronavirus. On his death, various leaders have expressed their grief.

Leaders expressed grief on his death

Mr. Narendra Modi and various other political leaders have expressed their grief on the death of a political leader. Prabhu has written on his Twitter that very sad to know about the unfortunate passing away of my dear friend, a former colleague in Lok Sabha Shri Dilip Gandhi. Various leaders have appreciated his workings in the part as well as on his part. Prime Minister Narendra Modi said he was saddened by the demise of Gandhi. As he will be remembered for his rich contributions to the community and helping the poor. Rajnath Singh has also expressed his grief on his Twitter handle on Dilip Gandhi’s death. BJP leaders Jay Panda, Hasmukh Patel, Pralhad Joshi, and many more expressed their grief on Gandhi’s death.

Dilip Gandhi family

Dilip Gandhi was born on 9 May 1961 and on 17 March 2021, he died. He was managed by his 2 sons and 1 daughter with his wife Saroj when he was ill. His family remains supportive of him during his tough times.

Dilip Gandhi career

Dilip Gandhi held the portfolio of Minister of state for shipping in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led government. He began his career as a corporation in the late 80s emerged victorious in the Lok Sabha elections truce from Ahmednagar in Maharashtra in 1999. Later his ticket was denied in the 2019 general elections. But again in the 2014 elections, he elected with a margin of more than 200,000 votes in the 2014 Indian General Election. He was one of the most remembered leaders of the nation.

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