BN Vijayakumar dies at 59.

BENGALURU: BN Vijayakumar, probably the most common MLAs of the Bharatiya Janata Get together (BJP) for the upcoming Karnataka elections, died after he suffered an enormous cardiac arrest throughout campaigning. He was campaigning in Pattabhiramanagar space in Jayanagar on Thursday night when he suffered the assault.

He was a two time MLA from Jayanagar and was contesting the elections from the identical seat for the upcoming meeting elections within the state. His final rites will likely be carried out later within the day.

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Remembering his contribution to the celebration, the BJP stated: “Sri BN Vijay Kumar, Jayanagar’s common 2 time period MLA & BJP candidate handed away final evening as a consequence of cardiac arrest. His humility, dedication & dedication to the celebration and other people will likely be remembered. A terrific loss for us. Our condolences to his household. We pray for his Sadgati. #OmShanti.”

The 59-year-old BJP chief was admitted to the tremendous specialty hospital Jayadeva Institute of Cardiac Sciences and Analysis Centre after he suffered the cardiac arrest. He breathed his final on the hospital. “Vijaya Kumar was admitted into a close-by hospital after he collapsed on Thursday night following a cardiac arrest whereas campaigning in his constituency,” an official stated.

He had joined the BJP in 1990 and had been elected as an MLA twice. He was seeking to make a hattrick within the upcoming elections in Karnataka the place he was up in opposition to Karnataka House Minister R Ramalinga Reddy’s daughter Soumya Reddy.

The celebration`s state unit chief BS Yeddyurappa mourned the loss of life. “I’m deeply pained on the premature demise of my good friend and celebration stalwart Vijaya Kumar…,” Yeddyurappa tweeted.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah additionally expressed his condolences over Kumar`s demise. “..I categorical my condolences to his household and family members. Vijaya Kumar was an honest and hardworking political chief,” he tweeted.

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