Who Was Sudhir Joshi? Shiv Sena leader former minister passed away – cause of death

Sudhir Joshi was a former cabinet minister in the Maharashtra government led by Manohar Joshi. He holds income and school education portfolios. He was mayor of Mumbai from 1973 to 1974.

FPJ Web Desk senior Shiv Sena leader and former minister Sudhir Joshi died on Thursday.

Sudhir Joshi started his political career in 1968 as a corporate man of the Briham Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).

He is a former cabinet minister in the Maharashtra government led by Manohar Joshi. He holds income and school education portfolios. He was mayor of Mumbai from 1973 to 1974.

Shiv Sena Chief Balasaheb Thackeray’s close associate, Shiv Sena Senior Leader Sudhir Joshi, passed away today in Mumbai. He was 81 years old. Sudhir Joshi’s role in organizing the Shiv Sena party has always been important. In the early days of Shiv Sena, Sudhir Joshi is considered to have made a great contribution to the formation of the party. Sudhir Joshi was known as the aggressive face of Shiv Sena. (shiv sena senior leader sudhir joshi passed away at the age of 81)

Sudhir Joshi has been ill for the past few days. He was admitted to Jaslok Hospital in Mumbai on January 14 last month after it became clear that he had contracted coronary heart disease. However, he was released on bail. Within a few days, his condition worsened.

Joshi, a senior Shiv Sena leader, was the second mayor of Shiv Sena in Mumbai. He later became a cabinet minister after the coalition government came to power in the state. He had announced his retirement from active politics in 1999 due to health problems.

has started. Sudhir Joshi was known as an aggressive face of Shiv Sena. Sudhir Joshi is considered to have made a great contribution to the growth of Shiv Sena. In 1972, he became mayor of Mumbai. He was the second mayor of Shiv Sena. He was also the first graduate constituency MLA after that. He also served as Leader of the Opposition in the Legislative Council. During the alliance, he also served as Minister of Education and Minister of Finance.

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