CPI’s Bihar secretary Satya Narain Singh Expires of Covid in AIIMS-Patna | Patna News


PATNA: CPI’s Bihar state secretary and former MLA Satya Narain Singh (77) Expired of Covid-19 Disease at the AIIMS-Patna on Sunday.

He’s the fourth major politician in Bihar who expired Covid-19 at the previous two weeks.
“He breathed his last about 9. 30pm. He had been admitted to the AIIMS on July 30. Before, he had been undergoing therapy of Covid-19 disease at a trusted private hospital at Patliputra Colony from the country funding,” CPM state secretary Awadhesh Kumar told TOI while affirming his departure.
Singh was a two-term MLA from erstwhile Chautham Vidhan Sabha constituency in Bihar’s Khagaria district. His departure has caused an irreparable loss to Left motion in the country. Many top leaders of the CPI, CPM and CPI-ML mourned his passing.
“Singh remained completely dedicated to the cause of farmers and labourers during his lifetime. His death has come as a setback to the Left parties’ continuing campaign for unity among all five energetic Left associations in Bihar,” the CPM state secretary Awadesh Kumar said in a condolence message.
“We’ve lost a seasoned and hardworking leader of the Left movement,” CPI-ML state secretary Kunal stated while mourning the passing of Singh.
Before on July 21, BJP MLC Sunil Kumar Singh (69) expired of Covid-19 in precisely the exact same hospital. He had been the first legislator out of Bihar to expire of Covid-19.
The BJP MLC in Darbhanga district has been declared to this AIIMS-Patna on July 13 following his sample evaluation report was found favorable.
Only a day after the BJP MLC’s departure, senior RJD leader and former chairman of the Danapur Nagar Parishad Raj Kishore Yadav appeared to Covid-19 in the AIIMS-Patna.
Again a day following Yadav’s passing, an additional politician died of the fatal disease on July 23.
Former chief of Gaya District Board Bindeshwari Prasad Yadav alias Bindi Yadav, who had been the husband of JD(U) MLC Manorma Devi, died in a private hospital at the state capital because of Covid-19.


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