Cong MLA kicks the bucket from post-Covid intricacies at Gurugram clinical office
Congress MLA from Biaora portion in Rajgarh locale, Govardhan Dangi, died at a private clinical office in Gurugram on Tuesday.
He had been determined to have Covid-19 in August yet had been discovered negative in the most recent test led on September 8.
Dangi, 62, is the principal administrator in Madhya Pradesh who surrendered because of difficulties after Covid contamination. =
A sum of 10 pastors and 18 MLAs have tried Coronavirus positive in the state till date.
Govardhan Dangi, was a first-time MLA and was a follower of previous CM Digvijaya Singh.
Dangi, whose get together portion outskirts Raghogarh, a gathering seat once held by Digvijaya Singh, had strolled for a half year in Digvijaya Singh's Narmada Parikrama — a circumambulation of the stream by walking from source to mouth in 2018.
Dangi had been given the Congress ticket from Biaora in 2018 and had vanquished the BJP's Narayan Singh Pawar.
Dangi was found Covid-19 positive after which he was conceded at the Chirayu Hospital — a committed Coronavirus office in the state capital Bhopal.
From Chirayu, Dangi was moved to a private clinical office in Gurugram after his condition didn't improve.
Dangi's human remains were taken back to Biaora on Tuesday.
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan and pioneer of resistance Kamal Nath have mourned the demise of Govardhan Dangi.