Hon’ble CM condoles death of veteran scribe Bhupat Vadodaria

Published By : Admin | October 5, 2011 | 10:09 IST
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Chief Minister Narendra Modi today condoled the death of veteran journalist Bhupat Vadodaria. “We have lost a great icon of journalism and literary world,” he said. The chief minister also visited the residence of Vadodaria and paid his homage and consoled the bereaved family members.

“Bhupatbhai had made his entry into the field of journalism at a very young age and worked in different newspapers as editor. He also shone in the literary field though he was committed to his field of journalism. He wrote many literary novels which is a leading light to the present generation in moral values,” chief minister said.

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