Oscar Fernandes was treated in a private hospital in Mangaluru after falling while exercising.
Oscar Fernandes, a distinguished parliamentarian and former Minister of the Union, died in a hospital in Mangaluru. He is 80 years old. He is 80 years old.
Fernandes, Rajya Sabha MP, was treated following a collapse during the workout at Mangaluru private hospital. His wife and two children survived Blossom Fernandes.
The final rites for Fernandes will be celebrated in his Udupi hometown on Tuesday, according to family members.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was among those who expressed their condolences. “Regrettably, Rajya Sabha’s demise for Shri Oscar Ji. During this difficult time, I am thinking and praying with family and close friends. May your soul find peace “Premier Modi stated. He stated
Manmohan Singh expressed his condolences to former Prime Minister Blossom Fernandes in a letter. He was a high-ranking member of the Congress Party in Karnataka, and his hard work, nice demeanour, and popularity aided the Congress… My wife, Gursharan Kaur, has sent you and the rest of your family our heartfelt condolences.
“May God give you the strength and courage to handle this huge loss,” wrote God in a letter.
Senior Congressman Rahul Gandhi said Fernandes was his coach and mentor in his message of condolence. “I extend my sincere sympathy to the friends and family of Shri Oscar Fernandes Ji.”It’s a loss for me personally. Many of you worked as guides and mentors in the Congress Party.” Gandhi said, “His contributions will be mourned and carefully remembered.
“After the passing of OscarFernandes, a famous @INCindian leader and ex-minister,” tweeted Karnataka Legislative Party leader Siddaramaiah. I offer his family and his soul my sympathies.In a letter, he wrote, “God give you strength and courage to face this huge loss.”
Senior Congressman Rahul Gandhi expressed sympathy in his message that Fernandes was a mentor and coach. “I send my sincere sympathies to the friends and family of Shri Oscar Fernandes Ji. “Many of you served the Congress Party as guides and mentors.” “His efforts will be lamented and carefully recalled,” Gandhi remarked on Twitter.
The President of Congress, Mr. Karnataka Siddaramaiah, tweeted, ‘shocked by the passage by Oscar Fernandes, a top @INCindian leader & ex-minister.’ “I extend to his family and soul my sympathies.”
It’s “disastrous to learn of the disappearance of our leader, Shri Oscar Ferand,” former Congress secretary general and Karnataka MLC B K Hariprasad tweeted. There was coexistence between tradition and modernization. He remained entrenched in numerous posts throughout his remarkable public life spanning 5 decades. My deepest sympathies to his friends and family.”
Under Manmohan Singh’s cabinet, Fernandes served as Union Minister for Transport, Roads, and Highways. The Ministry of Labor and Jobs also received a supplementary fee over the same period.
He was also the President of the Central Electoral Authority of the All India Congress (AICC).
Fernandes was believed to be a former AICC general secretary close to Sonia Gandhi and Rajiv Gandhi, whom Fernandes was believed to be.
In the late 1980’s he served as the Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee and, when it came from Karnataka on the shoreline of Karnataka, as AICC Joint Secretary in 1983. In April 1998, following five years as a Lok Sabha MP between 1983 and 1997, he was elected to the Rajya Sabha Squad.
He established the Jolly Club NGO in addition to political activity, where he created a library for the development of reading habits among young people.
Fernandes was a highly qualified artist of Karnataka, the Yakshagana, a traditional coastline.
Fernandes is considered as a talented person by his close acquaintances. He studied the dance form “Kuchipudi” in Delhi, in addition to his affinity for harmonium, keyboards, and table.
He was born in Karnataka, a coastal Christian town. He sang in his church choir in addition to active athletics.