Atal Bihar Vajpayee Former Prime Minister passes away at age of 93 years

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Unfortunately, after struggling for weeks hanging between life and death our former respected Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee is no more. He passed away at the age of 93 years. He had the problems in the Kidney tract, urinary tract and congestion in chest.

Due to this, his condition made him be admitted to AIIMS, Delhi. A special team of five doctors was dedicated for him. But in front of God, we can’t do anything. But his past speeches will keep him alive between us and he will continue to be an inspiration for current and future generation.

Atal Bihar Vajpayee Former Prime Minister passes away at age of 93 years

This news is confirmed from the medical bulletin by AIIMS, “It is with profound grief that we inform about the sad demise of former prime minister of India, Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee at 5.05 pm on 16.08.2018. Shri Vajpayee was admitted in AIIMS on 11.06.2018 and was stable in the last 9 weeks under the care of a team of AIIMS doctors. Unfortunately his condition deteriorated over the last 36 hours and he was put on life support systems. Despite the best of efforts, we have lost him today. We join the Nation in deeply mourning this great loss.”

Atal Bihar Vajpaaye Former Prime Minister passes away at age of 93 years

A bunch of leaders visited AIIMS including Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Modi and others met the doctors and asked about the well being of Vajpayee. Modi also met all other family members as per the official statement.

The list of visitors also includes BJP veteran L K Advani, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, BJP president Amit Shah, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, Health Minister J P Nadda and Environment Minister Harsh Vardhan.

Vajpayee was born in Gwalior in 1924 and became the first PM serving full five years from non-Indian National Congress party. During the Quit Indian movement of 1942, he got his first impression with the politics. From that time, he joined RSS and developed oratory skills.

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