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PM Modi offers floral tributes to music legend Lata Mangeshkar at Mumbai's Shivaji Park

Modi left soon after paying tributes



Tribune News Service

Mumbai, February 6

Prime Minister Narendra Modi offers floral tributes to music legend Lata Mangeshkar at Mumbai's Shivaji Park. 

The Prime Minister left after paying tributes. The 92-year-old Lata Mangeshkar was given a state funeral.

Lata Mangeshkar died early on Sunday morning. She'd been admitted to a hospital in Mumbai on January 8 for Covid and pneumonia. The central government announced national mourning on Sunday and Monday over the legendary singer’s demise, a government communique said.

"During State Mourning, the National Flag will be flown at half-mast both days throughout India and there will be no official entertainment," the communique said.

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