Narendra Modi’s aunt Narmadaben dies during COVID-19 treatment in Ahmedabad

The 80-year-old died at the civil hospital ten days after being admitted following a decline in her condition

Press Trust of India April 28, 2021 09:26:06 IST
Narendra Modi’s aunt Narmadaben dies during COVID-19 treatment in Ahmedabad

Prime Minister Narendra Modi. ANI

Ahmedabad: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's aunt Narmadaben Modi who was undergoing treatment for coronavirus infection died at the civil hospital on Tuesday, the family said.

Narmadaben (80) lived in the New Ranip area of the city with her children.

"Our aunt Narmadaben was admitted to the civil hospital some ten days ago after her condition deteriorated following coronavirus infection," said Prahlad Modi, the prime minister's younger brother.

"She breathed her last at the hospital today," he told PTI.

Her husband Jagjivandas, brother of the prime minister's father Damodardas, had died many years ago, said Prahlad Modi.

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