Politicians Mourn The Death Of LJP Leader Ram Vilas Paswan
Home Minister Amit Shah said that for Ram Vilas Paswan the priority was always the nation’s development and welfare of the general public.
Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh called his colleague Ram Vilas Paswan, who died at the age of 74 on Thursday (October 8), a son of Bihar’s soil and one of its tallest leaders. Singh also said that Paswan dedicated his work to the development of the underprivileged and the Dalits. “The death of Union Minister Shri Ram Vilas Paswan ji is very painful for me. In his long political life, he always worked for the welfare of the poor, Dalits and the underprivileged. He was counted among the tallest leaders associated with the soil of Bihar and had good relations with all the parties,” the defence minister wrote on Twitter.
Home Minister Amit Shah said that for Ram Vilas Paswan the priority was the nation’s development and welfare of the general public. He said he felt extremely disturbed at Paswan’s demise. He tweeted, “The mind is extremely disturbed by the demise of Ram Vilas Paswan ji, who is always fighting for the welfare and rights of the poor and the deprived. In his political life, he always kept national interest and public welfare paramount. His death has created a void in Indian politics.”
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