Delhi: Indian Veteran Politician Sharad Yadav passed away, daughter’s emotional post – father is no more

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New Delhi: Former JDU President and former Union Minister Sharad Yadav passed away. He was 75 years old. Sharad Yadav’s daughter Shubhashini Yadav has given information about this by tweeting. Shubhashini wrote in her tweet, ‘Papa is no more.’ According to sources, he was ill in his last days and was being treated at Fortis Hospital in Gurugram.

Sharad Yadav had also been the national president of JDU. His name was counted among the big socialist leaders of the country. According to those close to him, Sharad Yadav’s political stature was so high that when he spoke, the whole country used to listen. Whether he was a minister or an opposition MP, no such question ever came before him for which he could not find the answer. Those who asked questions used to remain silent after listening to their answers.

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Sharad Yadav was born on 1 July 1947 in a farming family in Bandai village of Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh. Born in a farmer’s house, Sharad was very quick in reading and writing. Sharad Yadav, who made a mark in national politics from student politics, had also achieved a big position in Bihar politics. Sharad Yadav had hoisted his political flag in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and then Bihar. He had left JDU after the dispute with Nitish Kumar. He had been MP many times from Madhepura seat of Bihar.

He was greatly inspired by the thoughts of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia. Taking inspiration from him, Sharad Yadav took part in many movements. Not only this, he also went to jail in 1969-70, 1972 and 1975 under MISA. Sharad Yadav entered active politics in the year 1974, when he became a Member of Parliament for the first time from the Jabalpur Lok Sabha seat. He reached the Lok Sabha a total of seven times by being elected from UP, MP and Bihar. His political stature can be gauged from the fact that he was also a Union Minister in several governments.Sharad Yadav started his own party Loktantrik Janata Dal. In March 2020, he merged with Lalu Yadav’s organization RJD. He said that was the first step towards a united opposition.


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