Meghalaya Mourns the Untimely Demise of IFS Officer Dr. C Manjunathan

CM Condole the untimely loss of Dr Manjunathan C

Meghalaya, October 11, 2023: The state of Meghalaya is in mourning following the sudden demise of Indian Forest Service officer, Dr. C Manjunathan. He passed away on October 10 after suffering a heart attack at the age of 45.

He was a dedicated officer known for his commitment to the service. He had served as the Secretary of the Animal and Husbandry Department in the Government of Meghalaya. His sudden passing has left a void in the administrative circles of the state.

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According to Dr. Lari Marbaniang, Dr. Manjunathan was rushed to Woodland Hospital around 6:15 pm on the day of his demise. However, upon examination, the doctors determined that he had already passed away, likely before arriving at the hospital. Close family members shared that Dr. Manjunathan had returned home from work feeling unwell. Despite being administered medicines, his condition deteriorated, leading to his hospitalization.

The Chief Minister of Meghalaya, Conrad K Sangma, expressed his grief over the untimely passing of Dr. Manjunathan. In a tweet, he mentioned, “We are pained by the untimely passing of one of our officers, Shri C. Manjunathan, IFS. Manju was a quiet and efficient officer with exemplary commitment to every Department he handled and took on every task with a smile.”

The state government and various departments have expressed their condolences, remembering Dr. Manjunathan for his dedication, hard work, and commitment to the service. His demise is a significant loss to the state and its administrative machinery.

The state government is also expected to provide all necessary support to the bereaved family during this difficult time.

The loss of Dr. Manjunathan is not only a loss for his family and friends but also for the entire state of Meghalaya, which benefited from his dedication and commitment to public service.

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