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21 July 2020 Current Events Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon Passed Away at 85

Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon breathed his last after a prolonged illness. He was taken to a hospital after complaining of breathing crisis, fever and difficulty in urination. He was 85 and had been undergoing treatment at the hospital since June 11. Ashutosh Tandon, his son tweeted the news saying "Babuji is no more". Prime Minister Narendra Modi also tweeted in his tribute saying "Shri Lalji Tandon will be remembered for his untiring efforts to serve society". 


Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon Passed Away at 85

Madhya Pradesh Governor Lalji Tandon breathed his last after a prolonged illness. He was taken to a hospital after complaining of breathing crisis, fever and difficulty in urination. He was 85 and had been undergoing treatment at the hospital since June 11. Ashutosh Tandon, his son tweeted the news saying "Babuji is no more". Prime Minister Narendra Modi also tweeted in his tribute saying "Shri Lalji Tandon will be remembered for his untiring efforts to serve society". 




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