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Former Union Minister Kamal Morarka Dies At 74

Former Union Minister Kamal Morarka Dies At 74.


Former Union minister and famous businessman Kamal Morarka died right here on Friday night after a quick sickness. He was 74.

Former Rajasthan minister Rajkumar Sharma, who’s a legislator from Nawalgarh in that state, tweeted the information of the previous Rajya Sabha member’s demise.

Mr Morarka was a Union minister within the Chandra Shekhar authorities in 1990-91 and a Rajya Sabha member from Rajasthan from Janata Dal (Secular) throughout 1988-94.

“Shocked with the demise of former Union minister and famous industrialist of Nawalgarh, Kamal Morarka ji. This is an irreparable loss to all of us. Praying to the Lord to give the bereaved family the power to bear this sorrow,” Mr Sharma tweeted.

Born in a standard Marwari household on June 18, 1946, Mr Morarka was additionally a famous industrialist and was the chairman of Morarka Organic.

He headed the Samajwadi Janata Party (Rashtriya) since 2012.

Mr Morarka had a eager curiosity in sports activities and served as vice-president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Vice President of Rajasthan Cricket Association.


He was additionally a philanthropist and social employee and contributed to natural farming in his native Shekhawati in Rajasthan. He additionally revealed a ebook of untamed life pictures.

His M R Morarka Foundation organised the annual Shekhawati Festival in Nawalgarh for over twenty years.

Anant Goenka, Executive Director of the Indian Express group, mentioned he’s extraordinarily saddened to listen to of the passing of Kamal Morarka.

“Privileged to have known a man like him… he lived by example, with fine old Indian values and an ever-young, curious mind. India will miss his warmth,” Mr Goenka tweeted.

(This story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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