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Amarinder condoles demise of Chardikala Group Chairman Jagjit Singh Dardi’s younger son

Media Advisor also mourns passing away of Satbir Singh Dardi

Chandigarh, February 16, 2021 (Yes Punjab News)
Chairman Chardikala Time TV Group Jagjit Singh Dardi was bereaved today, when he lost his younger son Satbir Singh Dardi (42), who died of sudden heart attack early morning at Patiala. The deceased is survived by his wife besides a son and a daughter.

In a condolence message, the Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh extended his sympathies to Jagjit Singh Dardi, on the untimely death of his son, who was Managing Director of the Group.

Sharing his heartfelt sympathies with the bereaved family members, inconsolable relatives and friends, the Chief Minister prayed to the Almighty to give strength to them to bear this irreparable loss in this hour of grief and grant eternal peace to the departed soul.

Meanwhile, Chief Minister’s Media Advisor Raveen Thukral also expressed his heartfelt condolences to Jagjit Singh Dardi and other family members in this hour of grief. The loss of a son was a heart-wrenching experience and could never be compensated, he added.

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