Uttarakhand: CM Yogi’s father, elder son in Rishikesh, who merged into punch element

Yogi Adityanath was not present, but the eldest son Manvendra Singh Bisht gave the father a mouth.

Uttarakhand: CM Yogi's father, elder son in Rishikesh
Uttarakhand: CM Yogi’s father, elder son in Rishikesh

The mortal remains of late Anand Singh Bisht, father of CM Yogi Adityanath of Uttar Pradesh, were cremated on the Ganga coast of Rishikesh. Though Yogi Adityanath was not present, the eldest son Manvendra Singh Bisht gave the father a mouth. At 9:10 a.m., the mortal remains of late Anand Singh Bisht were brought to the Ganges coast of Rishikesh.

Preparations for the funeral were already made on behalf of the administration. The mortal remains of late Anand Singh Bisht reached Panchur village in Pauri Garhwal on Monday. The mortal remains were brought to the village through ambulances from AIIMS Hospital, Delhi. Cm Yogi’s father Anand Singh Bisht breathed his last at 10:44 am on Monday morning at AIIMS Hospital in Delhi.

Late Anand Singh Bisht retired from the post of range officer in the forest department. He was running ill for about 3 months. He has four sons and three daughters. The eldest son is Manvendra Singh while the second number is Yogi Adityanath. Besides him, his third son Shailendra Mohan is serving as Subedar in the Indian Army and the fourth son Mahendra Bisht is in journalism.

In Panchur village of Uttarakhand, there is a depression. The reason is the sad news of the death of Adityanath Yogi’s father. Today, Yogi’s father took the last evening in Delhi in the morning. Many eyes are moist in his demise.

Anand Singh Bisht was a resident of Panchur village and his health was bad for a long time after which he took a forever farewell from the world this morning. He left behind his children who have kept the door of the entire Uttar Pradesh and set an example of up model ahead of the whole of India. A father always wants the son to touch the heights of heaven.

A similar dream was also seen by Adityanath Yogi’s father Anand Singh Bisht for his hardworking son. Once in a press dialogue, Father Anand Singh Bisht had said that his bet would become the prime Minister of the country one day.

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