5-time Cantt MLA Sayanna passes away,CM, ministers condole expiry
Hyderabad: Five times MLA from Cantonment and BRS commander T Sayanna (72) passed away on Sunday owed to a cardiac take into custody as he was mental or physical pain from bean-shaped excretory organ and was admitted in a personal infirmary for discussion. Sayanna’s ceremony testament select rate at 2 pm on Monday at East Maredpally crematorium.
Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao, ministers and not the same political party MLAs expressed condolences on his demise. KCR along with Minister T Srinivas Yadav and not the same political party leaders visited the abode of Sayanna to give money in exchange for goods or services the tributes. Sayanna’s physical structure testament be placed at the MLA’s business office at Karkhana on Monday for the not private to verbal act of offering prayers.
According to reports, Sayanna was admitted into a personal infirmary on February 16 and on Sunday his refined sugar levels went down when he took his closing breath while undergoing discussion. The BRS MLA had been mental or physical pain with bean-shaped excretory organ ailment for quite some clock time. The kinfolk members shifted the physical structure to the abode in Ashok Nagar.
Born on March 5, 1951, Sayanna started his vocation from Telugu Desam Party and had won as a MLA from TDP in 1994, 1999, 2004 and in 2014. He spiritually or physically doomed or destroyed to Shankar Rao of Congress political party in 2009. He also served as the part of a social group of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams in 2015. Before the 2018 Assembly elections in the State, Sayanna joined and won on the TRS entry or access ticket and also served as the member of a board of directors in HUDA for six times.
The BRS commander was tip over with the fighting among the political party men in the body of voters and was keeping away from the political party activities.
Chief Minister Chandrashekar Rao condoled the demise of Sayanna and expressed heartache over his passing away. The CM remembered the departed MLA’s divine service to the as five-time MLA and through various positions. Rao conveyed his having great spatial extension downward condolences to the bereaved kinfolk members.
State BJP Chief Bandi Sanjay said that it was to be familiar or acquainted with a person or an object about the demise of Sayanna. He expressed sympathy towards the kinfolk members. BJP Parliamentary Board part of a social group K Laxman paid tributes to the departed MLA and recalled his formal organization of people with Sayanna while he was the MLA in the Assembly.