Amar Singh, an Indian politician and previous driving figure of the Samajwadi Party, has passed on matured 64, the nation’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Saturday.
Singh held huge political force inside the left-wing party until 2010, when he left the coalition to turn into an autonomous politician.
He was along these lines chosen as a member of parliament in India’s Rajya Sabha by voters in Uttar Pradesh.
Leaders over the Indian political range paid tribute to him on Saturday.
“Amar Singh Ji was an energetic public figure,” Modi wrote. “In the last few decades, he witnessed some of the major political developments from close quarters. He was known for his friendships across many spheres of life. Saddened by his demise.”
Indian President Ram Nath Kovind included: “Sad to hear of the demise of senior leader and Rajya Sabha MP, Shri Amar Singh. A man of many parts, Singh was an able parliamentarian. Condolences to his family, friends and well-wishers.”
Opposition leader Rajya Sabha additionally sent sympathies, portraying Singh as “a fighter throughout his life.”
Singh had struggled sick wellbeing for quite a while yet kept on sending messages on his Twitter page, observing Eid and paying tribute to progressive warrior Bal Gangadhar Tilak hours before his passing.