Sad news has come from Gujarat that the Former Union Minister and Maharaja Digvijay Singh Jhala of Wankaner in Morbi District of Gujarat have died at the age of 88. Digvijay Singh was a politically active person.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief over his demise. In a tweet, Modi said, “Anguished by the demise of former Union Minister, Shri Digvijaysinh Zala Ji. He played an active role in Gujarat and national politics. He will be remembered for his community service and passion for the environment. Condolences to his family. Om Shanti.”
Digvijaysinh Jhala Wikipedia
Jhala, the titular ruler of the erstwhile state of Wankaner, was the eldest of the two sons of Pratapsinh Jhala and grandson of Amarsinh Jhala, the last ruler of the Wankaner.
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Born in 1932, he received his education from Rajkot’s Rajkumar College, St Stephen’s College in Delhi, and the University of Cambridge in England. He was elected as an MLA from the Wankaner constituency for the first time in 1962 as an Independent and again in 1967 as a candidate of the Swatantra Party. Jhala later joined the Congress and was elected to Parliament from the Surendranagar Lok Sabha seat in 1979 and again in 1984.
Digvijaysinh Jhala Death Reason
After his death, many felt emotional as he played important roles in Indian politics. The first environment minister of India and the patriarch of the royal family of the erstwhile princely state of Wankaner in present-day Morbi district, died in Wankaner Saturday evening following a brief illness. He was 89. Currently, Digvijaysinh Jhala Death Reason is not unknown. but stay with us and we will update it here as soon as possible.