The dead body of BJP MLA Kiran Maheshwari has reached Udaipur today evening.
As per sources, the last rites will be done on 1 December. The body will be kept at her home in Ambamata Scheme for paying homage from 8AM till 9:30AM. There on, the procession will leave for the Rani Road Mokshdham at 1030AM.
"I am shocked and saddened to hear the news of untimely demise of former minister and Rajsamand MLA Kiran Maheshwari. Saying goodbye to Kiran like this is a personal loss not only for the BJP family but also for me. May God give peace to the departed soul and support to family. I had a deep affection for Kiran. She always strengthened the BJP and played a role as an active worker of the BJP all her life. It will not be easy to fill the void left behind by her. Today she is not among us but she will always be alive in our memories" - Vasundhara Raje, former Chief Minister of Rajasthan
Kiran Maheshwari was diagnosed with COVID19 in October, and after being under home quarantine for a week, she was shifted to Geetanjali Hospital as her condition did not improve. As the vitals became precarious and her condition deteriorated, she was airlifted by air-ambulance and taken to Medanta Hospital in Gurugram (Haryana), where she breathed her last late night on Sunday, 29 November.
"I was in contact with family members and doctors of Medanta Hospital for the last ten days regarding the health of Kiran Maheshwari ji, last night also talked to family members. Even after she was serious, the doctors were hopeful but it is very sad that she could not survive" - Ashok Gehlot, Chief Minister of Rajasthan
Late Kiran Maheshwari was a member of the legilative assembly from Rajsamand and also held a ministerial post in the previous Vasundhara Raje government in Rajasthan.