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NEW DELHI: Minister of State for Railways Suresh Angadi on Wednesday passed away Kovid-19, who became the first Union Minister to fall victim to the deadly virus.
Hospital sources said the 65-year-old BJP MP died at 8 pm at the AIIMS Trauma Center, which has been converted into a dedicated Kovid-19 facility.
He is survived by his wife and two daughters.
Angadi, a fourth-term MP from Belagavi in ​​Karnataka, announced on Twitter on September 11 that he had contracted the disease and requested all those who had come in contact with him in the past and supervised his health and Check for any symptoms in their case. He is the first Union Minister to die of coronovirus. At least six MLAs and three MPs died before that. Former President Pranab Mukherjee, who died on 31 August, was described as Kovid-19 positive.
India’s Kovid-19 count was 45,62,415 on Wednesday, including 9,43,480 active cases, 35,42,664 recoveries and 76,271 deaths.
President Ram Nath Kovind, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, several Union ministers and BJP leaders expressed grief over Angadi’s death. The home ministry said that the national flag would be hoisted at half mast in all government offices in Delhi on Thursday.
Born on June 1, 1955, to Somnava and Channabasappa Angadi of Koppa village in Belagavi in ​​the Lingayat family, Angadi graduated from the SSS Samiti College of Commerce in the same district. He graduated in law from Raja Lakhamgowda Law College, Belagavi.
A businessman by profession, Angadi got a major break in his political life when he was appointed as BJP vice-president in Belagavi in ​​1996, and did his job in the party.
He was elected to the Lok Sabha elections in 2004 and then to MP in 2009. He was elected for a fourth term in 2014 after the BJP came to power at the Center for the third time and in the general election last year. Which he was made the Union Minister of State for Railways.
As junior railway minister, Angadi was soft-spoken but strict in answering media questions on various aspects of the performance of national transporters. He was always equipped with facts and figures of projects, addressing the media.
Played an important role in advancing Angadi through the long pending Bengaluru suburban rail service. The Rs 15,990 crore project aims to connect 148.17 km of the city with four corridors and has a 2025 time limit.
Kovind tweeted, “Surprised to learn about the demise of Mr. Suresh Angadi, Union Minister of State for Railways. Mr. Angadi, a sociable leader, worked tirelessly for the people of his constituency, Belagavi and Karnataka.”
“Mr. Suresh Angadi was an extraordinary businessman who worked hard to strengthen the party in Karnataka. He was a devoted MP and effective minister, acclaimed across the spectrum. His demise is tragic. My thoughts in his sorrow and his family and Are with friends. Hours. Om Shanti, “Modi said on Twitter.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah expressed grief over Angadi’s demise and said he will always be remembered for his selfless service to the country and the BJP.
BJP President JP Nadda described him as a leader who devoted his life to the organization.
“The death of Union Minister Shri Suresh Angadi ji was extremely sad. He was a notable leader who devoted his entire life to the organization and served the society with utmost diligence and compassion. My thoughts and prayers to his family and followers Are with. ” “He tweeted.
Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said on the micro-blogging website, “Deeply saddened at the unfortunate demise of Suresh Angadi ji. He was like my brother. There are few words to describe his commitment and dedication to the people. My thoughts and Prayers are with him. Family and friends in this hour of need. Om Shanti “.
Former Prime Minister and JDS chief HD Deve Gowda expressed grief over his demise and tweeted that Angadi was like a “younger brother”.
Rajya Sabha member Rajiv Chandrasekhar also called the death “sad, terrible and sad news”.
“Shocked and saddened by the news of the demise of my MoS colleague, Mr. Suresh Angadi ji. This is an indomitable loss to the government, Karnataka and the people of the party. His selfless service is still vivid before our eyes during Covid19. His condolences. My condolences to. ” Family, ”tweeted Minister of State for Home Affairs G. Kishan Reddy.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa said he was surprised to learn of Angadi’s death. He recalled Angadi as a “humble, gentle and popular leader” and said that his death was a great loss not only to the party, the state but to the nation as a whole.

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