Kolkata: Trinamool Congress MP Sultan Ahmed died on September 4 after suffering a cardiac arrest. He was 64. Ahmed was elected to the 15th Lok Sabha from Uluberia (Lok Sabha constituency) on a Trinamool Congress ticket. He also served as the Union Minister of State for Tourism in the Manmohan Singh government. Ahmed had been a two-time Congress MLA from Entally (1987″91 and 1996″2001) before joining Trinamool Congress. He was associated with several educational and community welfare organizations.
Obituary – Sultan Ahmed
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