Uttrakhand/Delhi: Leader of the Opposition in the Uttarakhand Legislative Assembly and former Minister Dr. Indira Hridayesh died of a heart attack in Delhi on Sunday. She had gone there to attend the Congress meeting. He did not get much time to save his health after a sudden heart attack in Uttarakhand Sadan today. His body is being brought to Haldwani for the last rites.
Leader of Opposition Indira had recently emerged from Corona and had also undergone heart-related treatment. Sometime back, during an event in Srinagar too, he suddenly deteriorated and he was admitted to AIIMS. She was very busy these days. Congress was actively participating in the programs of the party. Yesterday also she was present in the Congress meeting in Delhi. On June 11, he took part in a demonstration in Haldwani against inflation on the call of a nationwide demonstration of the Congress.
After breakfast in the morning at Uttarakhand Sadan Delhi, his health deteriorated and he died shortly after. However, after this his body was taken to the hospital. On his death, former Uttarakhand CM Trivendra Singh Rawat, Vijay Bahuguna, Harish Rawat, Uttarakhand cabinet minister Harak Singh Rawat, Congress state president Pritam Singh, state in-charge Devendra Yadav, state vice president Suryakant Dhasmana, including all the leaders of the party and opposition. expressed grief.
Five decades in politics
Indira Hridayesh was born on 7 April 1941. In the last five decades, she was a well-known face of the politics of Uttar Pradesh and then Uttarakhand. Uttarakhand was the Minister of Parliamentary Affairs, Higher Education and Planning in the Government of Uttarakhand from 2012 to 2017 under Harish Rawat and continued to be active irrespective of age as Leader of the Opposition after the defeat of the Congress in 2017.
Senior Congress leader Indira has been winning the election of a member of the Legislative Council of Uttar Pradesh for four consecutive times since 1974. After the formation of the state in 2002, he contested from Haldwani for the first time. BJP’s veteran leader Banshidhar Bhagat was thrashed. She was the most powerful minister in the government led by ND Tiwari. He handled portfolios like Finance, PWD and Parliamentary Affairs. In 2007, Banshidhar Bhagat defeated him. In 2012, she held the number two position in the government for five years after defeating BJP’s Renu Adhikari. She was the Leader of the Opposition at this time.