CM expresses grief over demise of Banaskantha MP Shri Mukesh Gadhvi

Published By : Admin | March 1, 2013 | 15:14 IST
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Shri Narendra Modi offers condolences over the death of Congress MP from Banaskantha, Shri Mukesh Gadhvi

Shri Modi remembers Shri Gadhvi and his family’s pro-active participation in public life especially with farmers and Adivasis

On Friday March 1st 2013, Shri Narendra Modi expressed grief over the untimely demise of Congress Member of Parliament of Banaskantha, Shri Mukesh Gadhvi. In a message to the Late Shri Mukesh Gadhvi’s family, Shri Modi conveyed sadness over his struggle with life for the last few days and expressed grief over his death at a very young age.  He added that he has been in contact with the family and ensured all efforts were made for Late Gadhvi’s treatment.

Shri Modi also remembered Shri Gadhvi’s and his family’s active participation in public life. He also reminisces the responsive role played by Shri Gadhvi and his family to address the issues of the tribal communities and rural people of Banaskantha.

He has extended prayers for the Gadhvi family to overcome their sadness and void.

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