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Chetan Chauhan Former India cricketer, minister in Yogi government dies at 73 after suffering cardiac arrest

Uttar Pradesh Home Guard Minister and former cricketer Chetan Chauhan has passed away.

Uttar Pradesh Home Guard Minister and former cricketer Chetan Chauhan has passed away. Chetan Chauhan died of cardiac arrest at around 4:30 pm. He was undergoing treatment at Medanta Hospital in Gurugram. Chetan Chauhan was also infected with Corona virus.

73-year-old Chetan Chauhan’s health deteriorated a day earlier. His kidney had failed. Due to which they were placed on the life support system. Chetan Chauhan’s corona virus report came positive in the month of July itself. After the death of Chetan Chauhan, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has expressed deep condolences.

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Cricket career

Please tell that Chetan Chauhan has been an important batsman of the Indian cricket team. Chetan Chauhan has played 40 Test matches for the Indian cricket team. Apart from this, Chetan Chauhan has also represented India in seven ODIs. Chetan Chauhan has 2084 runs in Test matches. His highest score in Test matches is 97 runs.

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Political career

At the same time, Chauhan is playing an active role in Indian politics. Chetan Chauhan has also been a Lok Sabha MP from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). In 1991 and 1998 elections, he became an MP on a BJP ticket.

Chetan Chauhan was the MLA of Naugawa Assembly in Amroha district. At the same time, Chetan Chauhan is the second cabinet minister of the Yogi government, who died due to corona virus. Earlier, Cabinet Minister Kamla Rani died at PGI in Lucknow due to Corona virus.

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