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Captain Satish Sharma, a veteran Congress chief and a particular good friend of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, has gone on his final journey and, paying his respects to his father’s particular good friend, former Congress President Rahul Gandhi shouldered the physique barefoot. In the present day the funeral of Captain Satish Sharma happened in Delhi.

The funeral of Congress chief Captain Satish Sharma happened in Delhi on Friday. On this event, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi shouldered the physique of Captain Satish Sharma. Congress chief Captain Satish Sharma was affected by most cancers and died in Goa on Wednesday. Many leaders, together with Rahul Gandhi and Priyanka Gandhi Vadra, paid tribute to Satish Sharmar at Dayanand Mukti Dham.

Capton Satish Sharma was thought-about near the Gandhi household. Captain Sharma was Minister of Petroleum and Pure Gasoline from 1993 to 1996 in Narasimha Rao’s authorities. Born on October 11, 1947 in Secunderabad, Andhra Pradesh, Captain Sharma represented the Lok Sabha from Amethi after the demise of Rajiv Gandhi in 1991.

Captain Satish Sharma was a business pilot by occupation. Captain Satish Sharma represented Rae Bareli and Amethi constituencies and was elected a three-time Lok Sabha member. Satish Sharma additionally turned a three-time Rajya Sabha member and represented Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand and Madhya Pradesh.

After the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi in 1991, Satish Sharma was fielded from Amethi and received a report from there. In 1996, he once more turned the MP of Amethi however misplaced to Sanjay Singh in 1998. In 2004, on account of Rahul Gandhi contesting from Amethi, he gave up that seat and contested from Sultanpur. Nevertheless, Satish Sharma misplaced right here too.

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