Senior veteran Congress leader Madhav Singh Solanki, who works as a CM of Gujarat and Minister of External Affairs from 1991 to 1992, died on 9th January’s morning. He was 94 years old. He takes his last breath at his home in Gandhinagar. His family said that in the extremely early times of 9th January, he had a heart failure, else he had an ordinary routine life.
Madhav Singh Solanki would have gained a conspicuous spot in India’s annals as one of its best political pioneers had a destiny and the push to satisfy the Congress’ first family not dishonor his identity. Madhav Singh Solanki was the Indian National Congress’s long-serving CM in Gujarat and accomplished for his political party.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that “Shri Madhav Singh Solanki Ji was a terrifying and frightening, assuming a vital job in Gujarat’s governmental issues for quite a long time. It will associate him with his rich help to society. Disheartened by his death. Addressed his child, Bharat Solanki Ji, and conveyed consolation. Om Shanti.”
“Beyond the political career, Madhav Singh Solanki Ji appreciated reading and was enthusiastic about culture. At whatever point I would meet him or address him, we would talk about books and he would inform me regarding another book he as of late read. I will consistently appreciate the cooperations we had”, he added.
Rahul Gandhi stated that “Disheartened by the death of Shri Madhav Singh Solanki. We will associate him with his commitment to fortifying the Congress philosophy and advancing social equity. Sincere sympathies to his family and relatives.”
In 1981, Gujarat Govt headed by the CM Madhav Singh Solanki presented the reservation for socially and monetarily in reverse classes dependent on suggestions of the Bakshi Commission. It brought about an enemy of reservation fomentation across the state which gushed out over into riots bringing about over 100 deaths. Madhav sing Solanki leaves in 1985, however later got back to control winning 149 out of 182 seats in Gujrat. Kshatriya, Harijan, Adivasi, and Muslims upheld him; called a KHAM formula. It brought about other communities losing political impact.