Congress MP H Vasanthakumar bites the dust of Covid-19 at Chennai clinic

Congress MP H Vasanthakumar bites the dust of Covid-19 at Chennai clinic

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H Vasanthakumar did admit to the Apollo Hospitals here on August 10 with coronavirus disease.

Congress MP from Tamil Nadu’s Kanyakumari, H Vasanthakumar capitulated to Covid-19 malady on Friday.

The first run through MP from Tamil Nadu, Vasanthakumar was being treated at the Greams Road office of the Apollo Hospitals in Chennai. He did admit to the hospital on August 10 and was in rudimentary condition after contracting COVID-19 severe pneumonia.

Grieving the 70-year-old pioneer’s death, Prime Minister Modi tweeted, “During my communications with him, I generally observed his enthusiasm towards Tamil Nadu’s advancement. Sympathies to his family and supporters.”

He was disheartened by the downfall of Lok Sabha MP Shri H. Vasanthakumar Ji. His steps in business and social assistance endeavours were critical. During my connections with him, I generally observed his enthusiasm for Tamil Nadu’s advancement. Sympathies to his family and supporters. Om Shanti. pic.twitter.com/SmuAK8ufAx

— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) August 28, 2020

“Pitiful to know the death of Shri H. Vasanthakumar, MP from Kanyakumari. A business visionary and social extremist, he earned his name in the realm of legislative issues and business. His commitment to individuals’ motivation in Tamil Nadu was rousing. Sympathies to his family, companions and supporters, ” said President Ram Nath Kovind on Twitter.

Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi likewise communicated his sympathies.

The updates on Kanyakumari MP, Shri H Vasanthakumar’s inopportune end due to Covid-19 has come as a stun.

His responsibility to the congress philosophy of serving the individuals will stay in our souls until the end of time.

Sincere sympathies to his loved ones. pic.twitter.com/oqhrfQXEUD

— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) August 28, 2020

Vasanthakumar was a double-cross MLA and chose for the Lok Sabha in the 2019 decisions.


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