Rae Bareli, Dialogue. Former BJP MLA Ram Naresh Rawat died suddenly during treatment. People are saddened by his death. He had been ill for the past two months. His treatment was going on in PGI. He went to Delhi with his family members for liver transplant on Friday. While there, he died in a hospital during treatment.
Former MLA Ram Naresh Rawat is originally a resident of Ram Nagar in Barabanki. At present his residence is at Barabanki headquarters. In the year 2017, the Bharatiya Janata Party had given him a ticket from the Bachhrawan assembly constituency. Bachhrawan became an MLA for the first time in the assembly, leaving behind Congress candidate Saheb Sharan. Before this, he was also an MLC once from Barabanki.
He became an advocate after studying law during his lifetime of education. But he did not like the practice. He started his life with social service. He started contributing towards social work by forming a social organization. He also worked in the Usar reform scheme under the banner of his social organization. While expanding it in Barabanki district, Rae Bareli, Amethi, Lucknow, various districts, he connected the people with the Usar reform scheme.
In 2017, he started politics for the first time in the Bachhrawan assembly and became an MLA on a BJP ticket. In 2022, the seat of Bachhrawan went to the account of Apna Dal and was denied ticket in the assembly elections. But continued to discharge the responsibilities given by the Bharatiya Janata Party. Two months ago, doctors told the problem in his liver. Whose treatment was going on in Lucknow’s PGI Hospital.
On the advice of doctors, he was admitted four days ago for liver transplant in a private hospital in Delhi. He died during treatment late Saturday night. There is a wave of mourning in the area after the death of the former MLA. Dozens of people including MLA Shyamsunder Bharti, former MLA Ramlal Akela, former MLA Rajaram Tyagi, former district panchayat member Prabhat Sahu, city panchayat president Sarla Sahu, BJP leaders Vidyasagar Awasthi, Ramesh Awasthi, Lakshmi Kant Srivastava, Jyoti Prakash, mourned his death. has done.
Edited By: Vrinda Srivastava