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On the death of Ahmed Patel, Sonia said, “I lost a comrade, colleague and friend”

New Delhi: Sonia Gandhi mourned the demise of Ahmed Patel, saying she had lost a devoted Congress colleague. He said, “With Mr. Ahmed Patel, I lost a colleague whose entire life was devoted to the Congress Party.”

He continued, “His honesty and dedication, his commitment to his duty, his readiness to always help, his generosity were rare qualities that set him apart from others.”

He continued, “I have lost a comrade, a loyal colleague and a friend whom no one can replace. I mourn his death and express my deepest condolences to his bereaved family, I sympathize with him And have a sense of support. ”

Many Congress leaders mourned the death of Ahmed Patel. Milind Deora said, “It is very difficult to accept the demise of Ahmad Patel. He was a troublesome politician and will certainly be missed by all.” Ahmed Bhai “was a close friend of my late father and also my guide. ”

BK Hariprasad said in the tweet, “It is very sad to know about the demise of Shri Ahmed Patel Ji. Congress lost one of its greatest sons. I am dead on his death. May his soul rest in peace. This terrible loss May his family have the strength to overcome it. “


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