New Delhi: Senior Congress leader- Digvijaya Singh, who is currently Member of Parliament in Rajya Sabha today got ‘bad news’ as his youngest daughter- Karnika Singh died due to cancer in New Delhi in the wee hours today at about 5: 00 AM.
The Congress’s well- known big leader’s daughter was about thirty-seven- years- old and she was youngest among the four daughters he had. It is reportedly, pointed that the said daughter of Digvijaya Singh was admitted in the Max Hospital, Saket, a few days ago, and earlier in connection with the said disease, she had received treatment from the United States- based hospital too.
Soon the news of her death was spread amongst the leaders from Congress party and also amongst the others, the big politicians across the country seemed visiting Digvijay Singh at his residence which is located in 64 Lodhi Estate. It was seen that the amongst the others, the Congress Party’s chief- Sonia Gandhi, Party’s vice- president- Rahul Gandhi along with other leaders like Ghulam Nabi Azad too visited Digvijay Singh to share his pain.
It is notable here, that the dead body of the deceased daughter of the senior politician- Singh has been taken to Wadhwan in the State of Gujarat via road for her last rites.
Earlier in the year 2013, the said politicians first wife- Asha, who was also the mother of this deceased daughter- Karnika was also died of cancer decease.
Gujarat- based royal family’s Siddharth Singh Jhala happened to be her husband as Karnika married him. The said royal family is located in Surendra Nagar District of Gujarat State. Now, in her family, she dead leaving behind her husband and a 7- year- old Son namely, Prabhavoday Singh Jhala.
Besides, the well- known personalities visited Singh, some preferred to express grief through electronic media. As can be seen that the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh State, namely, Shivraj Singh Chouhan shared Singh’s pain by tweeting that “The untimely demise of Digvijay Singh’s daughter, Karnika Singh is very painful. I pray to God to give strength to the bereaved family and peace to the departed soul.”