Jayanti Patnaik Death Reason, Is Former Odisha CM Jayanti Ballabh Patnaik Passed Away, Reason Revealed A well-known social activist and Indian Parliamentarian Jayanti Patnaik, the spouse of the ex-Odisha chief minister Janaki Ballabh Patnaik, perished in a private hospital bed at a health facility located in Bhubaneswar on Wednesday, 28th September 2022 as reported by the former Odisha Pradesh Congress Committee (OPCC) chairman Niranjan Patnaik. At the time of her death, she was 90 years old. Jayanti was taken to a private hospital in the city at about 8 pm when she suffered complications. But, she died during treatment and the doctor declared her dead. Get The Latest Information On EtLoot.org.
Jayanti Patnaik Death Reason
The National Vice President of the BJP, Baijayant Jay Panda led the tributes and sympathies to the 1st Chairman of the National Commission for Women. In his tweets, Jay Panda expressed deep sorrow and prayed for the deceased soul to be at peace. In the same way, CM Naveen Patnaik, Odisha Governor Prof Ganeshi Lal, OPCC President Sarat Pattnayak, and the former OPCC Chairman Niranjan Patnaik expressed deep grief over the loss of former MP and well-known politician also known as the litterateur Jayanti Patnaik.
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“Her achievements in the area of Odia literature as well as to society will be remembered for a lifetime”, the elder leaders of Odia tweeted. The veteran Congress president Sura Routray and Soumya Ranjan Patnaik were also remembered as the prolific writer following her death. “She was a motherlike persona to me,” Sura said. She was born in 1932 in Aska in the Ganjam district and was later an early Chairperson for the National Commission for Women and was in office between February 3, 1992 until January 15, 1995.
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She was twice elected into the Lok Sabha firstly with the election in 1985, from Cuttack and then at the end of 1998, from Berhampur. She also held the position as the head for the All India Mahila Congress and was appointed into the Rajya Sabha two times. The couple was divorced by political figure Janaki Ballabh Patnaik in 1953 and later became chief minister of Odisha (1980-89). They are survived by her son and two daughters.