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Arun Jaitley's voice may no longer reverberate in Parliament, his presence will be remembered: Rahul Gandhi

In a condolence message to Jaitley's wife Sangeeta, Rahul Gandhi said that in his illustrious career spanning over four decades, Jaitley left his mark on politics.

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Aug 25, 2019, 03.54 PM IST
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"Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I wish you peace and strength during this difficult time," Rahul Gandhi said.
NEW DELHI: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has said former union minister Arun Jaitley's voice will no longer reverberate within the hallowed portals of Parliament, but his presence will be remembered. Jaitley, 66, died at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) here on Saturday, where he was undergoing treatment.

In a condolence message to Jaitley's wife Sangeeta, Gandhi said that in his illustrious career spanning over four decades, Jaitley left his mark on politics.

"Although his voice will no longer reverberate within the hallowed portals of Parliament, we will remember his presence," he said in the letter.

"Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. I wish you peace and strength during this difficult time," Gandhi said.

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