Karnataka congress working president dhruvnarayan died due to heart attack
According to family sources, Dhruvanarayan suffered a heart attack at 6.30 am and left for the hospital along with his driver. But on the way in the car, his condition became very critical and he was declared brought dead on arrival at the hospital.
Working President of Karnataka Congress, former MP and senior Dalit leader R. Dhruvanarayana passed away at his residence in Mysore on Saturday. R. Dhruvanarayan breathed his last at the age of 61. According to family sources, Dhruvanarayan suffered a heart attack at 6.30 am and left for the hospital along with his driver. But on the way in the car, his condition became very critical and he was declared brought dead on arrival at the hospital.
Dhruvanarayana joined the Congress in 1983 and served as the president of the Bengaluru unit of the NSUI in 1986. He represented Chamarajanagar parliamentary constituency twice. He also won from Kollegal and Sante Marali constituencies as Congress MLA. Congress insiders said that he was preparing to contest from the Nanjangud reserved constituency in the upcoming assembly elections.
Senior Dalit leader R. As a mark of respect to Dhruvanarayan, the Congress has canceled the Praja Dhvani Yatra in Ramanagara and Davanagere districts. KPCC working president Satish Jarkiholi has condoled the demise of his colleague. Expressing condolences, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said that he was saddened by the demise of Dhruvanarayan and prayed for his soul to rest in peace. I pray for strength to his family and supporters in this hour of grief.
Congress President Mallikarjun Kharge condoled the death of Karnataka Congress Working President Dhruvanarayana, writing, "Deeply saddened and pained by the passing away of R. Dhruvanarayana. He was not only a grassroots politician but also a wonderful human being. His death is not only for the Congress Not a loss for him, but a huge personal loss for me as well. My prayers are with his family and followers."
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