Harbans Kapoor, the eight-time member and also a former Speaker of the Uttrakhand Legislative Assembly, has reportedly lost his life on Sunday, 12th December 2021. He was a veteran member of the Bhartiya Janta Party. According to the media sources, he lost his life at the age of 75 years. He remained an auspicious part of the Bhartiya Janta Party as he earned the designation of an MLA eight times. In his entire life, he contested the Uttrakhand Legislative Assembly elections nine times and he had a phenomenal record of winning eight consecutive elections.
His supporters are expressing their grieves on social media on such a large scale that the news of his death has surged a spate on the internet. He was one of the reliable politicians in India; therefore, he could win eight one and other elections in Dehradun. He was a simple personality in appearance but a quick personality at his work. This unique combination made him popular among the commoners of not only his constituency but also all over Uttrakhand as well as Utter Pradesh. The Chief Minister of the Uttrakhand, Pushkar Singh Dhami, has expressed him on Twitter with the view to showing his grief on the unexpected death of Harbans Kapoor “He was always there for the development of his constituency while being a political authority.
Cause of Death
He was one of the greatest political leaders of his time. As per the social media sources, people are describing different causes of his death as everyone is assuming. The exact cause of his death is ambiguous because there has not been any confirmation from any reliable source about the cause of his death. His family, friends and other close relatives are yet silent about the cause of his death. he had been such a renowned political face of the Bhartiya Janta Party that everyone will be aware of the cause of his death as soon as it comes out to the media. However, some people are considering the cause of his death a cardiac arrest.
Who was Harbans Kapoor?
He was an Indian politician and remained the MLA of the Dehradun constituency for consecutive eight years. He was born in Bannu, North-West Frontier Province (a part of present Pakistan) in a Punjabi Hindu family. He was born in 1946. He lost his first election in the year 1985. Later, he won the general elections in Uttrakhand in 1989, 1991, 1993, 1996, 2002, 2007, 2012 and 2017 for the post of Member of Legislative Assembly. He has died on Sunday, 12th December 2021.