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Puducherry Governor, CM Stalin condoles passing away of Vani Jayaram

Lt. Governor of Puducherry, Dr. Tamilsai Sounderarajan said that Vani Jayaram had found a place in the hearts of many people through her singing and added that her death was a major loss to the music industry and her fans.

Chennai, Feb 4 (BPNS)

Lt. Governor of Puducherry, Dr. Tamilsai Sounderarajan said that Vani Jayaram had found a place in the hearts of many people through her singing and added that her death was a major loss to the music industry and her fans.

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, M.K. Stalin expresses deep condolences for the passing away of legendary singer, Vani Jayaram. Stalin in his message said that her passing away was an irreparable and big loss to the music world. The Chief Minister offered his deepest condolences to the family, friends, and fans of the later singer.

Stalin in the statement said, Born in Vellore, the singer had enthralled the world with her voice and had sung more than 10,000 songs in 19 languages and had found a place in the hearts of many fans.

“I had congratulated her when it was announced that she would be honoured with the Padma Bhushan award. It is sad that she had passed away before she could receive the award.”, he added.

BJP national executive committee member and actor, Khushbu Sundar in a tweet said, “Vani Jayaram’s was a voice that has enthralled us for many years, her sweet and gentle nature was so evident in her voice.”

Noted Singer, K.S. Chithra said that she was shocked at the passing away of Vani Jayaram. Speaking to media persons, Chithra said that she had spoken to Vani Jayaram a couple of days ago. She said that she had presented her with a Sari after Jayaram was bestowed with a Padma Bhushan award. Chithra said that Jayaram had called her two days ago to thank her and told her that she liked the sari very much.

Chithra in a tweet said, “ Vani Jayaram was a true legend and a versatile and multi-lingual singer with strong classical foundation.”

Tamil Nadu minister for Information and Broadcasting , M.P. Saminathan said that the veteran singer had sung more than 10,000 songs and had left her mark in the music industry. In a statement, the minister said, “ She was known as the ‘Gaana Saraswathi” of the seven swaras among her fans. I am extremely saddened to hear her passing away”.

BJP Tamil Nadu state president, K. Annamalai said that the death of Vani Jayaram was a major loss to the music world. In a tweet, the BJP president said,” She entertained us all by singing so many songs as there were possible in the seven swaras.”

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