CM CHANNI VISITS MITTAL FAMILY TO MOURN SAD DEMISE OF RAJ RANI MITTAL
SHARE CONDOLENCES WITH FAMILY AT THEIR RESIDENCE
Hoshiarpur, (Global News) Punjab Chief Minister Mr Charanjit Singh Channi on Tuesday visited the residence of Chairman of Sonalika group LD Mittal to mourn the death of his wife Smt. Raj Rani Mittal, who had passed away a few days back.
Sharing his heartfelt condolences with Mr LD Mittal and his sons Amrit Sagar Mittal and Deepak Mittal, the Chief Minister said that it is a huge loss for the society in general and for the Mittal family in particular. He said that Smt. Mittal was a pious and religious soul who played a pivotal role in shaping the destiny of her progeny. CM Channi said Smt. Mittal’s farsightedness and her passion for excellence and hard work was pillar of strength for the entire Sonalika group.
The Chief Minister said that Smt. Mittal supported his husband LD Mittal for establishing a globally acclaimed Bussiness empire. He said that due to values inculcated by Smt Mittal the family and group enjoys an impeccable reputation for their honesty, integrity, dedication and devotion philanthropic activities on one hand and for contributing in socio-economic growth of the country on the other. CM Channi said that sad demise of Smt Raj Rani ji has created a void which is difficult to be filled in near future.
Paying tribute to Smt Raj Rani ji, the Chief Minister expressed his heartfelt sympathies with the family members, friends and relatives in this hour of grief. CM Channi described Smt. Mittal as a great visionary and worldly wise who got her children well educated to succeed in their life and serve the country by excelling in Bussiness. He prayed to God to grant eternal peace to departed soul and strength to aggrieved family for bearing this irreparable loss.
On the occasion MLAs Mr Sunder Sham Arora, Mr Pawan Kumar Adia, Mr Raj Kumar Chabbewal, Mr Arun Dogra, Mr Raminder Amla and Mrs Indu Bala, District President Congress Mr Kuldeep Nanda, Chancellor Lovely University Mr Ashok Mittal, Deputy Commissioner Mrs Apneet Ryaat, Senior Superintendent of Police Mr Kulwant Singh Heer and others were also present.