PM condoles the passing away of Chief of Air Staff OP Mehra

Published By : Admin | November 9, 2015 | 16:28 IST
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PM Modi expresses sadness on passing away of Chief of Air Staff OP Mehra
Shri OP Mehra spent years in service of nation, first in Air Force & then through sports administration & as Governor of states: PM
My thoughts are with the family and all those whose lives Shri OP Mehra touched: PM

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has condoled the passing away of Chief of Air Staff OP Mehra.

"Am pained on passing away of a brave and distinguished patriot, Shri OP Mehra. He will always be remembered for his contribution to India.

Shri OP Mehra spent years in service of the nation, first in the Air Force and then through sports administration and as Governor of states.

My thoughts are with the family and all those whose lives Shri OP Mehra touched. May his soul rest in peace", the Prime Minister said.

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