On Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah found himself in the midst of a condolence gathering following the passing of his elder sister, Rajeshwariben Shah, on Monday. The gathering took place at the Jade Hall on Sindhu Bhawan Road, drawing the presence of a multitude of individuals, including BJP MLAs, party leaders, office bearers, and dedicated workers who gathered at the venue since early morning.
The somber occasion saw the participation of key political figures, with Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel, State President C.R. Patil, Minister Jagdish Panchal, former Deputy Chief Minister Nitin Patel, and several other ministers and former ministers offering their condolences and support during this challenging time. Notably, Rajya Sabha MP Parimal Nathwani also joined the gathering to pay his respects.
The expression of sympathy extended beyond party lines, as Congress MLA C.J. Chavda and various other Congress leaders were also present at the condolence gathering, reflecting a unity of purpose in offering solace to Union Home Minister Amit Shah and his family.
Demise of Rajeshwariben Shah: A Battle Against Lung Ailments
The late Rajeshwariben Shah, elder sister of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, succumbed to health complications attributed to a lung ailment, as per reports. Approximately a month ago, she had been relocated to Mumbai for medical treatment. Unfortunately, her health condition did not improve, leading to her demise. The mortal remains were transported from Mumbai to Rajeshwariben’s residence near Shall Hospital, Maple 3, Ahmedabad.
At the age of around 65 years, Rajeshwariben Shah faced a challenging health battle that eventually resulted in her passing. Her departure marks not only a personal loss for the Shah family but also resonates as a moment of collective mourning for those who knew her.
Final Farewell to Rajeshwariben Shah: Last Rites Performed at Thaltej Cremation Ground
The poignant final rites of Rajeshwariben Shah, the sister of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, unfolded at the Thaltej cremation ground yesterday. Her mortal remains were solemnly transported to the Thaltej Crematorium, where a dignified and respectful ceremony took place. The atmosphere resonated with somber reflection as the last rites were conducted amidst a chanting ceremony.
The ceremony witnessed the presence of esteemed dignitaries, reflecting the significance of the occasion. State Police Chief Vikas Sahay, Rajya Sabha MP Parimal Nathwani, and MLA Dr. were among the prominent figures paying their respects. Notable BJP leaders, including Harshad Patel, Dinesh Kushwaha, and Standing Committee Chairman Dewang Dani, joined the procession to bid farewell to Rajeshwariben.
The solemnity of the occasion extended to the law enforcement community, as Police Commissioner GS Malik and MP Dr. Kirit Solanki also participated in the final rites.