Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief over the demise of famous environmentalist Sundarlal Bahuguna
Dehradun: Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed grief over the demise of famous environmentalist Sundarlal Bahuguna. In a tweet, he said that Sunderlal Bahuguna’s death is a big loss for our country. He revealed our centuries-old ethos of living in harmony with nature. His sense of simplicity and compassion will never be forgotten. My thoughts are with his family and many fans. At the same time, many people including Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat, Assembly Speaker Premchand Agarwal, HESCO founder Padma Bhushan Dr. Anil Prakash Joshi have expressed deep condolences on the demise of Sundarlal Bahuguna. Let me tell you that the environmentalist, freedom fighter, and Padmabhushan Sundarlal Bahuguna (93 years) admitted in AIIMS Rishikesh died on Friday afternoon. He was admitted to AIIMS Rishikesh on May 8 due to being corona infected.
Governor Baby Rani Maury expressed grief
Governor Baby Rani Maurya has deeply mourned the demise of Sunderlal Bahuguna, a noted environmentalist, freedom fighter, and superstar of the Chipko Movement. The Governor has wished to give peace to the souls of the departed, grieving relatives, and well-wishers. In his message, the Governor said that he was deeply saddened to hear the news of the death of Himalayan defender Sundarlal Bahuguna. Sunderlal Bahuguna’s contribution to the field of environmental protection is unforgettable. His death is an irreparable loss to the whole country and the world. Vrikshamitra Sundarlal Bahuguna, who led the world famous movement like Chipko, considered water, forest, soil and air as the basis of life. His life and principles dedicated to environmental protection will always inspire environmentalists all over the world.
Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat said that Sunderlal Bahuguna died irreparable loss
Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has deeply mourned the demise of world-renowned environmentalists and Padmavibhushan Sundarlal Bahuguna. The Chief Minister said that Sunderlal Bahuguna, who made the Chipko movement a mass movement, is an irreparable loss not only to Uttarakhand and India but also to the entire world. This vacancy in the field of social causes and the environment will never be filled. God place the soul of the departed in your shrines and give the grieving family the power to endure patience and sorrow.
Assembly Speaker Premchand Aggarwal expressed grief
Uttarakhand Vidhan Sabha Speaker Premchand Aggarwal has expressed deep condolences on the death of environmentalist Sundarlal Bahuguna. The Speaker has termed Bahuguna’s death an irreparable loss to the country. The assembly speaker reached AIIMS Rishikesh on hearing the news of Sunderlal Bahuguna’s death and expressed his condolences to his family members. The Speaker has expressed his condolences to the bereaved families and their well-wishers all over the country, praying for the peace of the departed soul. The Speaker has said that Sundarlal Bahuguna, the founder of the world-famous Chipko Movement, spearheaded a number of movements to awaken people’s fascination for trees for life, conserve the environment, conserve the Himalayas, and rivers. The Speaker said that Bahuguna, who was a freedom fighter, will always continue to act as a source of inspiration for society. He said that even though he has died from the body, the work done by him will always remain immortal in the heart of every person.
BJP state president Madan Kaushik expressed grief
BJP state president Madan Kaushik has deeply mourned the demise of world-renowned environmentalists and Padmavibhushan Sundarlal Bahuguna. Kaushik said that the death of Sundarlal Bahuguna, who gave the Chipko movement the form of a mass movement, is an irreparable loss not only to Uttarakhand but to the whole country and the world.
Dr. Anil Prakash Joshi described Bahuguna’s death as an irreparable loss.
Hesco founder Padma Bhushan Dr. Anil Prakash Joshi also reached AIIMS Rishikesh after hearing about Bahuguna’s demise. He paid tribute to eminent environmentalist Sundarlal Bahuguna, describing his death as an irreparable loss.