President Donald Ramotar has described the passing of former Agriculture Minister and long-serving executive of the
ruling People’s Progressive Party (PPP), Navin Chandarpal as a significant blow to Guyana.
President Ramotar, on behalf of the Government and his family, has extended sympathy to the family, relatives and friends of the late Presidential Advisor on Sustainable Development.
The Head of State said Chandarpal’s death is a significant loss to Guyana, noting that he served the country with distinction, first as a parliamentarian and then as a Government Minister.
The President stated that Chandarpal’s death is also a significant loss to the PPP, for which he served as an executive member for many years, noting that he showed the fortitude of a true fighter for battling his illness to the end.
He noted that Chandarpal, who died early yesterday morning at his home after a one-year battle with cancer, has been a very close friend and will be deeply missed.
Chandarpal served in the seventh and eighth Parliaments for over five years.
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