PM Narendra Modi remembers Ram Vilas Paswan on his death anniversary

“I miss him (Ram Vilas Paswan) as a friend. I also sense the loss that Indian politics has suffered because of his death,” wrote PM Modi in the letter.

On the first death anniversary of Ram Vilas Paswan, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wrote a heartfelt letter. Ram Vilas Paswan was his former cabinet colleague and a powerful Dalit leader from Bihar.

The Prime Minister, in his letter, said it is an emotional day for him. “I miss him (Ram Vilas Paswan) as a friend. I also sense the loss that Indian politics has suffered because of his death.” Chirag Paswan son of Ram Vilas Paswan wrote a letter on Twitter thanking Prime Minister for his love towards the late leader Ram Vilas Paswan.

The founder of the Lok Janshakti Party and minister in Modi’s cabinet, Ram Vilas Paswan died on 8th October 2020, after being hospitalized and undergoing heart surgery. A mega ‘Barsi’ event is going to be organized by Chirag Paswan son of LJP leader Ram Vilas on Sunday in Patna. “I was desperately seeking an appointment with Janata Dal (United) or JD(U) chief and Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar, who he wanted to invite to the event,” said Chirag to reporters a day before the event.

Top national leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, home minister Amit Shah, and Congress president Sonia Gandhi have been invited to the event. Chirag also met President Ram Nath Kovind earlier this week and holdout him an invitation to the event.

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