Somnath Chatterjee, Dies at 89, Former Lok Sabha Speaker

Somnath Chatterjee

The former Lok Sabha Speaker “Somnath Chatterjee” is no more today. He has died on Monday morning at 8’o clock at a hospital in Kolkata. He was 89 years old. Recently, he has celebrated his 89th birthday on 29th July 2018.

Chatterjee was the expelled member of CPM which he had joined in the year 1968. Then, he was the Lok Sabha Speaker from 2004 to 2009.

Actually, Chatterjee was suffering from kidney related disorder. Hence, he was admitted to a hospital in Kolkata on Tuesday. He had to be Lok Sabha MP ten-times.

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The former speaker has breathed last time Monday morning, 13th Aug at 8:10 AM. The veteran parliamentarian has died today due to a massive heart attack on Monday. After suffering a Cardiac arrest, Chatterjee was admitted to Belle Veu Clinic on Tuesday in Kolkata.

As per the officials, a 12-member doctor’s team constantly looked after on the expert politician. Chatterjee was discharged just before 3 days when his health showed some improvement in his body. He had passed through underwent treatment of 40 days. But when his health declined last Tuesday when he was re-admitted at a hospital in Kolkata.

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Somnath Chatterjee was born in Tezpur, Assam in the year 1929. In 2007, he was awarded by the college through an honorary fellowship. He also won the Parliamentarian Award in the year 1996 for his outstanding performance, dedication, and devotion.

The president Ram Nath Kovind said that his death is a big loss for the whole public in Bengal as well as India. President also expresses their sad feeling through tweeting on tweeter. He shows their condolences for Chatterjee’s family.

Our Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said in a tweet that Chatterjee was a strong voice for all venerable and poor peoples.

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