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CONGRESS MLA FROM MUKARIAN RAJNISH KUMAR BABBI PASSES AWAY, CAPTAIN AMRINDER SINGH MOURNS

August 27, 2019 07:28 PM

Punjab Govt on Tuesday declared half day holiday in its all Offices, Educational Institutions, Corporations and boards throughout the State as a mark of respect to Mr. Rajnish Babbi, MLA from Mukerian, who passed away her today. A spokesman of the Punjab Government said that a state mourning would be observed throughout the state for second half of the day on August 27,2019. The National Flag would be remain flying half mast through out the State on buildings where it was being flown regularly and there would be no official entertainments during the said period, added the spokesman.

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Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh has expressed profound grief over the demise of sitting Congress MLA from Mukerian Rajnish Kumar Babbi, terming it a personal loss. Babbi breathed his last here at PGI in the early hours of Tuesday.

Late Sh.Rajnish.K.Babbi
  In his condolence message, the Chief Minister described Babbi as a seasoned politician, who inherited a legacy of value-based politics from his father and party stalwart Dr. Kewal Krishan.

Recalling his outstanding services in strengthening the party at the grassroots levels, Captain Amarinder said Babbi worked tirelessly for the overall development of Kandi region in general and the Mukerian in particular, besides ensuring the welfare of the disadvantaged sections of the society.

Sharing his heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved family, Captain Amarinder prayed to the Almighty to give strength to bear their loss and grant eternal peace to the departed soul. 

Punjab Government today declared half day holiday in its all Offices, Educational Institutions, Corporations and boards throughout the State as a mark of respect to Mr. Rajnish Babbi, MLA from Mukerian, who passed away her today. A spokesman of the Punjab Government said that a state mourning would be observed throughout the state for second half of the day on August 27,2019. The National Flag would be remain flying half mast through out the State on buildings where it was being flown regularly and there would be no official entertainments during the said period, added the spokesman.

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