PM condoles the passing away of Shri Dileep Singh Bhuria

Published By : Admin | June 24, 2015 | 13:15 IST
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PM expresses sadness on demise of Shri Dileep Singh Bhuria
We have lost a veteran political leader who did immense work for tribal communities: PM

The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has condoled the passing away of Shri Dileep Singh Bhuria.

"In the passing away of Shri Dileep Singh Bhuria, we have lost a veteran political leader who did immense work for tribal communities.

Shri Bhuria had years of legislative experience, both in Madhya Pradesh and at the National level, which was his major asset.

My thoughts are with the family of Shri Bhuria during this hour of grief. May his soul rest in peace", the Prime Minister said.

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