Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed anguish on the dying of BJP veteran Naipal Singh on Friday, saying he will probably be remembered for his group service and efforts to strengthen the social gathering in Uttar Pradesh.
A former Uttar Pradesh minister, Singh handed away on Friday following a coronary heart assault. He was 80.
“He could be remembered for his quite a few group service efforts. He performed a key position in strengthening the BJP in Uttar Pradesh,” the Prime Minister tweeted.
“Condolences to his household and supporters on this unhappy hour. Om Shanti,” PM Modi stated.
Born in Chandaula village in Aligarh, Singh was five-time member of the Uttar Pradesh Legislative Council from Bareilly-Moradabad Division Graduates constituency.
He had served within the state cupboard headed by Kalyan Singh and Rajnath Singh.
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