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PM's sister passes away

May 09, 2003 09:45 IST

Urmila Mishra, Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee's sister, died at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences in Delhi on Friday morning.

Urmila, 72, was suffering from cancer and had been brought to Delhi from Gwalior by Vajpayee on April 28 for further treatment.

The prime minister visited the hospital in the morning, PMO sources said.

Urmila's body would be taken to Gwalior by road, they said adding Vajpayee will attend the cremation scheduled for 2000 IST in the evening, they said.Urmila's son, Anup Mishra, is a BJP MLA in Madhya Pradesh.

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Sub: May her soul rest in peace

Our condolences to Mr. Prime Minister and his sister's family. May the soul rest in peace.

Posted by isha

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Sir, May God give you strength to bear the loss and pray for the departed soul.

Posted by Hariharalal

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Respected PM,I felt sad after hearing this. I convey my deepest Condolence. May the departed soul rest in peace.

Posted by Sateesh Mudham

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Sir, May Lord give you strength to face such a huge loss. regards, Ranjit

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Sub: Heartfelt condolence

Respected Sir, I am saddened to learn that your beloved sister is no more. May the departed soul rest in eternal peace.

Posted by P.K. Nandakumar


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