Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Sunday condoled the demise of the Leader of Opposition within the Uttarakhand meeting, Indira Hridayesh, and stated she leaves behind a legacy of public service.
In her condolence message, Ms Gandhi stated Ms Hridayesh served the Congress celebration until her final breath.
She leaves behind a legacy of public service as an MLA, MLC, minister and chief of Opposition in Uttarakhand, the Congress chief stated, including that “above all, she was a dedicated lifelong Congressperson”.
“She was particularly popular amongst her colleagues for her knowledge of legislative processes and procedure as also her performance as an able administrator. Her contribution to the Congress party will be treasured and cherished by all,” Ms Gandhi stated.
Ms Hridayesh died after struggling a cardiac arrest in New Delhi on Sunday.
The 80-year-old senior Congress died on the Uttarakhand Sadan in New Delhi the place she had gone to attend a celebration assembly, Pradesh Congress vice chairman Suryakant Dhasmana stated quoting her son Sumit Hridayesh.
Ms Hridayesh was a Congress MLA from Haldwani and one of many seniormost Congress leaders from the state.
She had examined constructive for COVID-19 in April this 12 months and had undergone a coronary heart surgical procedure after her restoration.
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