Former Karnataka Minister C Channigappa no more


Team Udayavani, Feb 21, 2020, 2:53 PM IST

Bengaluru: Former Karnataka minister and JD(S) leader C Channigappa breathed his last at a city hospital on Friday, February 21 morning.

He had been admitted to the Apollo Hospital where he passed away at around 8.30 am in the morning. His last rites is likely to be held at Govindarajanahalli of Nelamangala on Friday evening.

Channigappa was a three-time MLA from Koratagere. Earlier, he served as the Forest Minister of Karnataka.

Expressing grief over his demise, Congress leader Siddaramaiah in a tweet said that Channigappa was his friend for many years.

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