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Sharad Yadav died at the age of 75; PM Modi, Nitish Kumar, and others express their condolences.

Sharad Yadav, a former union minister and famous socialist activist, died on Thursday night at a private hospital in Gurugram, according to his family. He was 75.

Yadav, who had been ill for some time, was brought to the Fortis Memorial Research Institute comatose and unresponsive, with no pulse or recordable blood pressure, according to a hospital statement.

“He received CPR in accordance with ACLS guidelines. Despite all efforts, he could not be resuscitate and was pronounced dead at 10.19 p.m. “We would want to express our heartfelt condolences to his family,” Fortis said in a statement.

Between 1999 and 2004, Yadav served in several capacities in the cabinet of Atal Bihari Vajpayee. He has recently fused with the Dalai Lama (he has recently merged with the Dalai Lama) (RJD).

Condolence responses came in when Yadav’s daughter Subhashini Yadav confirmed the news on social media. “I am deeply saddened by the death of Shri Sharad Yadav Ji. He distinguished himself as an MP and Minister during his long career in public life. He was strongly motivated by Dr. Lohia’s ideals. I will always remember our conversations. Condolences to his loved ones and family. “Om Shanti,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Twitter.

The country’s President Droupadi Murmu, and Vice-President Jagdeep Dhankar took to Twitter to condole the loss of the former JD(U) president. President Murmu, who described him as “an important national voice of the dispossessed in Parliament,” tweeted, “Saddened to learn of the loss of former Union Minister Shri Sharad Yadav. Sharad ji, a student activist from the 1970s who advocated for democratic ideas, was a major national voice of the oppressed in Parliament. My heartfelt sympathies to his family and friends.”

In a tweet, VP Jagdeep Dhankar stated, “Saddened by the untimely passing away of former Union Minister & seasoned Parliamentarian, Shri Sharad Yadav Ji. He set high standards in public life as a popular leader and adept administrator. My heartfelt condolences go out to his family and friends. Om Shanti!”

Leaders of several political parties also paid their respects. “I am deeply saddened by the death of socialist leader and former JD(U) president Sharad Yadav. For decades, he served the country as a former Union Minister and exceptional Parliamentarian, bolstering equality politics. “My heartfelt condolences to his family and supporters,” Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge said in a tweet.

“Sharad Yadav ji was a person of humble character combined with being the leader of socialism,” Congress leader Rahul Gandhi stated in a Hindi tweet. He taught me a lot of things. My heartfelt condolences go out to his grieving family members. His service to the country will be remembered forever.”

Across party lines, Bihar’s political leaders expressed their sorrow over the loss of the leader.

Nitish Kumar, the current and past Chief Ministers of Bihar, as well as close political advisers to Yadav, have both conveyed their sympathies on Twitter. “Saddened by the death of former Union Minister Sharad Yadav,” Kumar wrote. Sharad Yadav ji and I had a very close relationship. The news of his death has both astonished and saddened me. He was a strong socialist leader. His death has resulted in an irreversible loss to the social and political fields. “May his soul find peace.”

“Just heard the terrible news of Sharadbhai’s death here in Singapore at night,” Lalu Prasad Yadav tweeted. I’m feeling really helpless… I didn’t want to say goodbye in this manner. Tribute to Soul!” He also posted a video message on the platform from a hospital in Singapore, adding, “Sharad Yadav ji, respected Mulayam Singh Yadav ji, Nitish Kumar ji… Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia and other political leaders… we’ve all been involved in politics.”

Tejashwi Yadav, Bihar’s Deputy Chief Minister, also posted a video tribute on Twitter, calling Sharad Yadav’s death “a big loss for the socialist fraternity” that follows “on the heels of Netaji’s (Samajwadi Party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav) demise.”

Furthermore, former Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi, a senior BJP politician, highlighted Yadav’s pivotal role in his selection to the office when the JD(U)-BJP alliance took control in the state in 2005. “Sharad Yadav was my political guardian. He had a significant role in my appointment as Deputy Chief Minister. “Bihar will never forget his contribution,” he tweeted.

Sharad Yadav, a product of the Jayaprakash Narayan movement in the 1970s, was one of the founding members of the Janata Dal (United) in 2003 after breaking away from the Janata Dal. Sharad lost his claim to the JD(U) in 2017, when the Election Commission recognised the faction led by Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar. Later, he was disqualified from the Rajya Sabha after Kumar petitioned against him for partaking in “anti-party activities”. After leaving the JD(U), Yadav launched the LJD in 2018.

His son has survived, as has his wife’s daughter.


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