Ramesh Wanjale Death
June 11, 2011 by staff
Ramesh Wanjale Death, The “golden man” of the political fraternity is no longer Pune. The Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS), a lawmaker from the district of Pune Khadakvasla, Ramesh Wanjala (47), died at Jehangir Hospital at 9:15 pm on Friday. His wife, two daughters and a son survive him. His wife, Harsha Wanjala, a member of Congress Uttamnagar Pune Zilla Parishad. The director (medical services) of Jehangir Hospital, Dr. Prasad Muglikar, confirmed the death of the legislator. “His pulse was not running and there was no blood pressure when Wanjala was taken to hospital around 8:30 pm. our medical team did everything they could to revive him. However, he died at 9:15 in the later, “added Muglikar.
The hospital has recommended an autopsy.
MNS sources said Ramesh complained of discomfort in a program in your precinct on Friday morning. MRI was advised by a local doctor and then taken to Joshi Hospital near Bhandarkar road.
“His condition deteriorated while undergoing an MRI and was immediately transferred to Jehangir Hospital,” Hospital sources said Joshi.
A blanket of darkness descended upon the office of local MNS party workers and supporters from his constituency Wanjala rushed to hospital after hearing the news.
Ranjit Shirola MNS city president said: “His untimely death has created a vacuum in the political circle in Pune.
He was a true leader of the masses. ”
Party chief Raj Thackeray will be in town on Saturday.
In the 2009 elections, assembly, Wanjala, which was virtually a policy of non-entity, stunned his political opponents, including BJP bigwig Murlidhar Moholo, winning the seat Khadakvasla.
It was the only legislator MNS Pune.
Thick gold neck chains, gold bracelets on his right wrist and gold rings define your personality.
Essentially, a farmer who became rich and by the increase in land prices around the city, Wanjala had represented the Zilla Parishad Pune as a congressman.
He has been politically active for 15 years in the village and the Panchayat Samiti Ahir Haveli.
He is also the chairman of Jai Ganesh Education Society.
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