Former President of India, Pranab Mukherjee dies at 84.

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   INDIA:- Pranab Mukherjee after a long battle for life amid brain surgery and being tested positive for coronavirus. The former President Pranab Mukherjee breathed his last at Army Hospital in Delhi, a team of doctors announced who treated Pranab da. The 84-year-old man who had been to Army Hospital for a procedure has been tested positive for coronavirus, later he underwent brain surgery for the removal of a clot.
Report says, that the former Union finance minister underwent surgery for a brain clot, which had not soon in the improvement and remained on a ventilator for hours from the morning of Tuesday.
Pranab da who is survived by his wife and daughters had served for the nation as President’s office from 2012 to 2017.
Earlier, when he visits a hospital for a separate procedure, Pranab Mukherjee tweeted that he tested quality for coronavirus and arrest the people who had come in contact with him to isolate themselves and get tested early as possible.
People from the political and film industry all across the country have come to social media to mourn his death.
  ABOUT (Pranab Mukherjee): Shri Pranab Mukherjee was born on 11th December 1935 in Mirati, West Bengal. He was a great politician for Congress, he was loyal to this party for decades and served for Congress party with all his efforts and this made him get elected to President post. He serves as the first citizen of India from 2012 – 2017.
While in 2019, Pranab Mukherjee the former President of India was awarded the prestigious Bharat Ratna award by Ramnath Govind.
  Pranab da made his entry into politics at a very young age. From his father Kamada Kinkar Mukherjee, he took inspiration and join politics. He completed his degree at Suri Vidyasagar college and then he also earned an advanced degree in history and political science from the very famous University of Calcutta. Later then he first worked as a lecturer in a small college near Calcutta and then slowly turned editor for the Bengali language as a monthly periodical.
Pranab Mukherjee first got his breakthrough in politics in 1969, as he was elected to Rajya Sabha member of the Bangla Congress.

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