Former Union Minister Arun Jaitley Passed Away

Senior leader of the BJP- India and Former Finance Minister Arun Jaitley (66) Arun jaitley died on Saturday. He was admitted for treatment in All India Institute of Medical Sciences based in Delhi for a long time.  He was admitted to AIIMS due to breathing problems.

He was admitted to the ICU of AIIMS from 9 August, where his condition was said to be critical. The team of specialist doctors was overseeing his health. He was being treated under the supervision of a team of experienced doctors. On Saturday morning, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan had come to see him. He was gripped by several serious ailments including soft tissue sarcoma

Arun Jaitley, 66 years, was put on life support system at AIIMS (Delhi) for the past several days. In order to know about his health, many prominent leaders including PM Modi, President Ram Nath Kovind visited the hospital in recent times.

His last rites will be performed at 2 pm on Sunday at Nigam Bodh Ghat in Delhi.

66 Years Long Life Journey of Arun Jaitly Former Finance Minister

Birth: 28 December 1952
1973: Graduated from Shri Ram College, Delhi.
1974: Became president of Delhi University Students Union.
1975: Arrested during Emergency.
1977: Law degree from Delhi University. Started advocacy. Became All India Secretary of ABVP.
1980: Joined BJP.
1990: Became Additional Solicitor General. Argued in the Bofors case.
1991: Joined BJP’s National Executive.
1998: Joined Indian delegation to UN General Assembly.
1999: Ministry of Disinvestment with Information and Broadcasting (Independent Charge) in Vajpayee Government.
2000: Reaches the Rajya Sabha. Also took charge of the Ministry of Law.
2006: Re-elected Rajya Sabha MP.
2009: Became leader of opposition in Rajya Sabha. Abandoned advocacy.
2012: Became Rajya Sabha MP for the third time.
2014: Also took charge of Ministry of Defense along with Finance in Modi Government.
2018: Kidney transplanted.
24 August 2019: Died at AIIMS Hospital in Delhi.

Delhi Magazine Team

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