Maharashtra's Former Election Commissioner Dies Of COVID-19

Mumbai:

Former Maharashtra Election Commissioner and acclaimed Marathi creator, Neela Satyanarayana, died of Covid-19 on Thursday.

Ms Satyanarayana was the primary lady commissioner of the Election Fee. She was detected optimistic with COVID-19 a couple of days again and was present process remedy at Seven Hills Hospital at Marol in Andheri (East), the place she breathed her final.

In the meantime, Maharashtra Governor Bhagat Singh Koshyari expressed condolences on the demise of former State Election Commissioner, stating that “we’ve got misplaced a devoted officer and socially responsive thinker.”

“Smt Neela Satyaranayana was an impressive officer, a prolific author, a brave mom and social thinker. She discharged each function in her profession and life with absolute dedication, optimistic perspective and keenness. In her demise, we’ve got misplaced a devoted officer and socially responsive thinker. I pay my deepest respects to the reminiscence of late Smt. Satyanarayana and pray God to offer her household energy to bear the nice private loss,” the Governor stated in a press release.

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