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Bihar Minister Vinod Kumar Singh passes away in Delhi

Vinod Kumar Singh had been running ill for long time and was admitted to the hospital a few days ago after complaining of a brain hemorrhage.

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Bihar Minister Vinod Kumar Singh passes away in Delhi

Bihar Minister and BJP MLA Vinod Singh passed away in Delhi on Monday. He was ill for a past few days The MLA had been running ill for long time and was admitted to the hospital a few days ago after complaining of a brain hemorrhage. The demise of Minister Vinod Singh was reported by his PA Rajeev Ranjan himself.

Bihar’s Backward and Extremely Backward Classes Welfare Minister Vinod Kumar Singh and his wife tested positive for COVID-19 early in June. The minister said when he came to know about his test report, he first went to Katihar Medical College and Hospital and thereafter to the isolation ward of a hotel in the town.

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar and Deputy Chief Minister Sushil Kumar Modi has expressed their condolences.

“It was very sad to hear the news Bihar Minister Vinod Singh’s demise,  Re-infected with Corona and Medanta had been in Delhi for 2 months. He was an MLA from Pranpur (Katihar) 3 times. My humble tribute”, Deputy CM tweeted.

State Health Minister Mangal Pandey tweeted, “Two and a half decade old friend, colleague got separated from me today! I am deeply saddened by the untimely demise of Cabinet Minister Shri Vinod Kumar Singh in Bihar Government. Their departure is my personal loss. May God grant them space in their deeds and give strength to their families to suffer. Om Shanti!”

In the 2010 elections, Vinod Kumar Singh defeated Mahendra Narayan Yadav, a four-time MLA from Pranupur constituency in Katihar district. In 2015, Vinod Kumar Singh defeated NCP candidate Ishrat Praveen and reached the assembly. He was entrusted with the responsibility of the Minister of Mining and Geology in the Nitish government and later the Ministry of Backward and Backward Welfare.

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