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Bihar minister succumbs, 20th lawmaker in India to have died with or of Covid

IndiaTimes Friday, 16 October 2020 ()
Another Bihar minister died of Covid-19 on Friday, taking the number of serving legislators in the country who have lost their lives to the disease — or complications arising out of it — to 20. Kapil Dev Kamat, 70, is the second minister and the third legislator from poll-bound Bihar to die of the virus or due to post-Covid complications.
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