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Madhya Pradesh governor Lalji Tandon passes away

IndiaTimes Tuesday, 21 July 2020
Madhya Pradesh governor Lalji Tandon passed away on Tuesday. Tandon, 85, had been undergoing treatment at a Lucknow hospital since June 11. Tandon was admitted to the hospital after complaining of breathing problems, difficulty in urination and fever.
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MP Governor Lalji Tandon died at 85 following cardiac arrest. The BJP veteran was admitted to the hospital on June 11. Tandon was having breathing problems and fever. The 85-year-old breathed his last at 5:35 am at Medanta Hospital. Lalji Tandon is survived by wife and three sons.

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