Former Congress MLA Babar Tadvi, a tribal chief from Sankheda taluka in Chhota Udepur district, handed away on Wednesday whereas present process therapy for Covid-19 at a non-public hospital in Vadodara. He was 80.
Tadvi was a three-term MLA and likewise served as a state minister for a quick interval. He was admitted to a private-empanelled Covid-19 hospital in Vadodara for therapy final week after he complained of fever and examined constructive for Covid-19.
A college instructor by career, Tadvi gained his first Meeting election on a Janta Dal ticket in 1990 by a margin of over 9,000 votes and in 1995 and 1999 as Congress candidate. Tadvi was among the many group of Janta Dal leaders who joined the Congress throughout a celebration rise up in 1995.
He additionally briefly defected to the BJP however returned to the Congress fold.
Tadvi had additionally unsuccessfully contested the 2002 and 2007 Meeting polls from Sankheda. He had served as a Minister of State in Gujarat for Tribal Affairs.