Former Union Minister .. Senior Congress leader Oscar Fernandez eyelid

Former Union Minister Oscar Fernandez, 80, a senior Congress leader, has died. He succumbed to his injuries on Monday at a hospital in Mangalore. He fell while doing yoga at home in July this year. He was injured in the accident. Blood clots in the brain. The family members rushed him to the hospital for treatment. Doctors performed the surgery. He has been in the ICU at the hospital ever since.

He breathed his last on Monday after battling death for nearly two months. Oscar Fernandez is survived by his wife, Blossom Fernandez, and two children. Leaders outside the party are mourning his death. Oscar Fernandez was born on March 27, 1947, in Udupi, Karnatakan. His father Rock Fernandez is known as a great teacher. He is one of a total of 12 children. Cecilia Convent, later graduated from MGM College.

Oscar Fernandez, who worked as an LIC agent in the early days, later started a small business in Manipal. He also did agriculture at the same time and received the award as the best farmer. He was also an active participant in social service programs. He then joined the Congress party as an activist and gradually rose to become one of the key leaders in the party.

Elected four times as an MP and twice as a member of the Rajya Sabha. He served as Minister of Transport, Roads, National Highways and Labor in the Manmohan-led UPA-2 government. Congress chief Sonia Gandhi is known to be the closest to Rahul Gandhi. He also served as the General Secretary of the AICC.

Mumbai: Four-storey building collapses, two killed, 67 families inside

Another building accident has occurred in Mumbai, the financial capital of the country. A four-storey building collapsed in Thane's Rabodi area on Sunday morning. Two people have been killed so far in the accident, and two others have been injured. It appears there were 67 families in the building at the time of the accident. Authorities issued notices two years ago about the demolition of the building. Demonstrated sluggishness despite being warned to vacate the dilapidated building.

The third-floor slab of the four-storey Khatri apartment building collapsed on the first floor. Many were trapped under the rubble. Rameez Shaikh (32) and Goss Tamboli (38) were killed in the accident. Three people were rushed to hospital for treatment after two people were seriously injured when the building slab collapsed. Two of them died. Disaster management officials said they received information about the accident around 6.10 am.

"Auxiliary personnel pulled out the three trapped under the rubble and rushed them to Sanjeevani Hospital and Lifeline Hospital. The others in the apartment were relocated. Notices were issued to the building owner less than two years ago," the official said. Thane Deputy Commissioner Ashok Burpulle said the disaster management team reached the spot immediately after the accident and took relief measures.

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