Ex-Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh passes away at 64 in Singapore

Ex-Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh passed away aged 64 on Saturday at a hospital in Singapore. He was admitted to the hospital for the last six months due to kidney failure.

Rajya Sabha MP and former Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh, who was admitted to a clinic in Singapore, spent away on Saturday evening at 64 years old. He was not saving admirably for quite a while and was experiencing treatment at a medical clinic in Singapore for a while at this point, reports Prasar Bharti.

Singh is made due by spouse Pankaja and two girls. He had endured kidney disappointment in the year 2013 and had before experienced a kidney relocate.

Singh had last tweeted around three-hours prior, in which he had paid tribute to the progressive political dissident Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak. He had additionally wished individuals on Eid.

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“Tribute to the extraordinary progressive political dissident Lokmanya #BalGangadharTilak ji on his demise commemoration. His commitment will be recalled perpetually (sic),” his tweet read.

Prior in March this year when bits of gossip surfaced about the veteran government official’s demise, he had tweeted promptly around then saying ‘Tigar Zinda Hai‘.