The tribute began shortly after legendary singer Lata Mangeshkar passed away on Sunday after a long hospital stay.
She was 92 years old.
PM Narendra Modi On Lata Didi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that veteran singers left a void in our country that could not be filled.
“I am in unspeakable pain. The kind and caring Lata Didi left us. It leaves an unfilled void in our country.
Future generations will remember her as a devotee of Indian culture. Her melodies have an unparalleled ability to hypnotize people.”
“Lata Didi’s songs evoked a variety of emotions. She has been closely observing the changing world of Indian cinema for decades.
Besides, she has always been passionate about the rise of India. She always wanted to see a strong and developed India.”
I mourn the death of Lata Didi with my compatriots. I spoke with her family and expressed my condolences. Om Shanti.
One of the first to share and pay tribute to the news was Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut, who said “It’s the end of an era”.
President Of India On Lata Mangeshkar Death
Chairman Ram Nath Kovind remembered the legendary singer and said: Bharat Ratna, Lataji’s achievements will remain unparalleled.”
The prime minister also said, “It is an honor to have always been greatly loved by Lata Didi. Communication with her will never be forgotten.
He also tweeted a picture of the winner of the Bharat Ratna. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari also said that the singer’s death was “an irreparable loss to the country”.
“Like all my compatriots, her music is very precious to me,” she said. When I have time, I listen to her singing.
May the Lord rest the soul of her deceased and give strength to her family. Peace,” Gadkari said in a series of tweets.
The famous artist was admitted to Breach Candy Hospital in Mumbai on January 8 after being diagnosed with COVID-19 and pneumonia.
However, She recovered from COVID-19 while in the hospital, but on Saturday his condition worsened and he was put on a ventilator., in connection with the national loss, the government declared a two-day period of mourning (February 67).
During this time, the flag should be hoisted on the harp mast for two days as a sign of respect.