- Corona positive former minister OP Lala died in Rims of Ranchi
- OP Lala’s corona report came positive about 15 days ago.
- After the report, OP Lala was admitted to Medica Hospital in Ranchi from Dhanbad.
Corona positive former minister OP Lala died on Sunday in Rims of Ranchi. He was admitted to Medica Hospital in Ranchi from Dhanbad after receiving Corona positive report about 15 days ago, where his Kovid-19 report was also negative, but still admitted to RIMS due to breathing difficulties. Gone. Where he breathed his last today.
OP Lal, who was a three-time MLA from Baghmara constituency in the years 1985, 1990 and 1995, also served as independent minister of state for mines and ghosts in the Bihar government during the tenure of the then Chief Minister Bindeshwari Dubey. Former MLA OP Lala has left behind a full family including four sons, two daughters and a wife.
State Congress mourns the death of OP Lala
On the death of OP Lala, a senior Congress leader and a minister in Unified Bihar, State Congress President cum State Finance and Food Supplies Minister Dr Rameshwar Oraon, Legislature Party Leader cum Rural Development Minister Alamgir Alam, Agriculture Minister Badal and Health Minister Banna Gupta , State Congress spokesperson Alok Kumar Dubey, Lal Kishorenath Shahdev and Rajesh Gupta Chhotu, among other leaders have expressed condolences.
‘Irreparable damage to party due to death of OP Lala’
Dr. Oraon said that the party has suffered irreparable loss due to the demise of OP Lala, a social worker who has been in active politics for nearly five decades. He said that he had a commendable role in strengthening the party organization in the coalfields and connecting coal workers with Congress through INTUC.
‘OP Lala used to raise his voice for the rights of workers’
Congress Legislature Party leader Alamgir Alam expressed grief that OP Lala, who was a minister in unified Bihar, had the image of a labor leader who was always raising his voice for the rights of poor laborers, since his death. The workers have lost one of their messiahs.
Agriculture Minister Banna Gupta expressed condolences saying that she is heartbroken by the news of the death of former MLA from Baghmara, OP Lala. His condolences to the family and loved ones of the former MLA in this hour of grief. Former MLA OP Lala died as a guardian by Health Minister Banna Gupta, who was undergoing treatment at RIMS. He lamented that OP Lala was constantly getting his support, may God give him a place in the steps and give the courage to the family to suffer.
‘State has lost a great leader’
The party’s state Congress spokesperson Alok Kumar Dubey said that the state has lost a great leadership in the death of OP Lala, he has never rested in political and social life for the last 5 decades and even before he became ill Keep active. He also attended a rally held in Ranchi recently.