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Jaitley death, a void difficult to fill : N Srinivasan

Jaitley death, a void difficult to fill : N Srinivasan

Chennai, Aug 24 (UNI) India Cements Limited Vice Chairman and

Managing Director N Srinivasan today condoled the death of former

Union Minister Arun Jaitley and said the void left by him would be

difficult to fill.

In his message, Mr Srinivasanm, who is also the former BCCI President

and International Cricket Council (ICC) Chairman, said Mr Arun Jaitley’s

passing away leaves a void difficult to fill.

'Not only was he a great lawyer, successful finance minister, he also,

through his abiding interest in cricket, been a stalwart of the BCCI for

over two decades', he added.

'A personal friend, I shall miss him', Mr Srinivasan said.

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