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LUCKNOW: The deadly Corona wave claimed the lifetime of an vital political determine on Thursday when Rashtriya Lok Dal (RLD) chief and former union minister Ajit Singh succumbed to the lethal virus. He was 82.
Singh, son of stalwart farmer chief and former Prime Minister Chaudhary Charan Singh, breathed his final round eight.20 am at a personal hospital in Gurgaon the place he was admitted after testing constructive for Covid on April 20. His son and RLD vice-president Jayant Chaudhary introduced the passing away of his father, tweeting: “Chaudhary sahab nahi rahe” (Chaudhary sahab isn’t any extra).
The Chaudhary household, in an announcement, mentioned that it appreciated the efforts put in by his medical crew and the assist expressed by his many supporters and well-wishers. “Chaudhary Ajit Singh’s last rites were carried out maintaining Covid protocols. At this sensitive time, it is our express request not to come to Delhi to visit family or express grief. At this hour, giving full regard to Covid protocols and lending a helping hand if possible to relief efforts will be the appropriate way of paying tribute to Chaudhary Sahab,” the household mentioned in an announcement.
Tributes poured in chopping throughout political traces because the information of the demise of Ajit Singh – a seven-time MP from Baghpat in west UP — unfold. Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted that Singh at all times stood for the reason for farmers. He termed Singh as an ready chief who held tasks of varied ministries prior to now. “My condolences to his family and supporters,” the PM mentioned.
UP governor Anandi Ben Patel, chief minister Yogi Adityanath and UP BJP chief Swatantra Dev Singh too expressed their grief on the demise of the RLD supremo.
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, his sister and social gathering common secretary, Priyanka Gandhi Vadra too condoled the passing away of Singh saying that his demise was a grave loss to Indian politics and society. SP chief Akhilesh Yadav termed Ajit Singh a `messiah of farmers and labourers’. BSP chief Mayawati paid tributes to Singh terming him as a extremely widespread chief amongst his supporters.

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