Indian government to provide information on PM Narendra Modi’s death to parliament


NEW DELHI: The Indian government on Monday will provide information about the death of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Parliament and other political bodies, the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) said in a statement.

The statement said the PMO would provide information to Parliament, the Central government, and other institutions including the Supreme Court on the cause of death.

“The PMO has informed that on Monday (Monday) May 12, 2019, the PM’s personal secretary, Manish Bhattacharya, received a notification from the PM Office on the death.

The PMO will provide the details on the notification to Parliament.

The information will be available on our website and social media,” the PM office said in the statement.

Bhattachary has been in charge of the PMOC since 2014 and is the PMs deputy chief of staff.

In the statement, the statement said he had informed the PM of his intent to provide the information.

The Prime Minister has been on a four-day overseas trip, including India, Thailand, Myanmar, Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.

The statement added that the PM had directed the PM Ombudsman to provide a report on the circumstances surrounding his death.