Mangaluru: KPCC Secretary NSUI Mohammed (54) Passes Away in Bengaluru

Mangaluru: KPCC secretary “NSUI” Mohammed Badruddin (54) died after collapsing on a sofa due to low blood sugar in Bengaluru here, on August 25.

On August 24 night, Mohammed Badruddin had been to Bengaluru to meet his friend, former MLC Saleem Mohammed. On August 25, morning, while he was relaxing on the sofa and chatting with Saleem, due to low blood sugar, he collapsed. He was rushed to the hospital at Basavanagar, but he breathed his last in the hospital.

 

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Speaking to mangalorean.com, President of district Youth Congress Mithun Rai said that Badruddin was an active leader of NSUI. He was better known as NSUI Mohammed. He was the secretary of Karnataka Pradesh Cogress Committee and was mentored by senior Congress leader Janardhan Poojary. He strived hard to strengthen NSUI in Dakshina Kannada by encouraging more and more youth to join NSUI.

“Congress party has lost a able leader, we all miss him dearly. May his soul rest in peace,” said Mithun.

MLA J R Lobo said that the sudden death of senior Congress leader Mohammed Badruddin has saddened and shocked all of us. He was a leader of service, expected no lavish lifestyle. He lived in a rented house and fully dedicated his life to the Congress party as well as served the society whole heartedly. We will miss him dearly.

Congress leaders including Oscar Fernandes, Janardhan Poojary, Veerappa Moily, Ramanath Rai, U T Kadher, Vinay Kumar Sorake, Abhaychandra Jain, Moideen Bava, Shakunthala shetty, Vijaya kumar shetty and Vasanth Bangera condoled the sudden death of Mohammed Badruddin.

Mohammed Badruddin’s body will be flown to Mangaluru by August 25.

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