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Jaipur: Rajasthan MP Sanwar Lal Jat suffers cardiac arrest during Amit Shah’s meeting with BJP leaders

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February 1, 2018, 4:50 pm

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BJP MP Sanwar Lal Jat suffered heart attack. Amit Shah and Vasundhara Raje at SMS Hospital in Jaipur.

Jaipur: Former union cabinet minister and senior BJP leader in Rajasthan Sanwar Lal Jat suffered cardiac arrest while the party’s national president Amit Shah was taking a meeting of ministers here on Saturday.

A green corridor was created to rush Jat to SMS Hospital where his condition is stated to be stable, but still critical. Amit Shah and Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje visited Jat and discussed his condition with the doctors.

Amit Shah is on a three-day Jaipur visit. He was taking a meeting of BJP’s state unit leaders and ministers at the party’s headquarters on Saturday. Chief minister Raje was also present.


Sanwar Lal Jat passes away at AIIMS in Delhi

The leaders participating in the meeting told The PinkCity Post that a discussion on the problems of farmers was in progress. Sanwar Lal Jat who is also the chairman of Rajasthan farmers commission apprised Amit Shah of the problems being faced by peasants in the state. His presentation was over. He suddenly felt uneasiness and walked towards the door of the meeting hall. It was when he just collapsed, creating panic among people present in the meeting.

Amit Shah and Raje was in another room when the incident happened.

An ambulance was called and the state’s medical and health minister Kalicharan Saraf accompanied Jat to SMS Hospital.


Sanwar Lal Jat passes away at AIIMS in Delhi

Several ministers including Rajendra Singh Rathore visited the senior Jat community leaders. Jat is currently in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

Jat who is the Member of Parliament from Ajmer constituency in Rajasthan was union minister of state for water resources in the Narendra Modi government.


Sanwar Lal Jat passes away at AIIMS in Delhi

First published: July 22, 2017