Recently we lost an imminent and fearless personality name, Dr. Kailash Chand. He was the father of Dr. Assem Malhotra. The news of his death is confirmed by many sources. It was heartbreaking that we have lost such a great soul. May his soul rest in peace. And we thanked him for all the selfless service he had provided to society. On his death, so many people mourn and share tributes. He was well remembered for his excellent work as GP in Tameside. He also became the hero of so many Indians when he opposed the privatization of the NHS.
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Prof Kailash Chand Wiki
The news of Dr. Kailash Chand’s death is a great shock to many of his fan following. He was remembered forever for his selfless services. “So sad at death of Dr Kailash Chand a true socialist who always defended our NHS. In his memory stop privatization and create a National Care Service. RIP and thank you for a wonderful life of care. ” Said Jeremy Corbyn.
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🖤 I’m so heartbroken to hear of the death of my good friend Kailash Chand. A Tameside GP, an NHS campaigner, a socialist and a friend.
My thoughts and prayers are with Aseem and family. Rest in peace Kailash and may light perpetual shine upon him. 😢 pic.twitter.com/AoJTC6Tj6x
— Andrew Gwynne MP 🐝 (@GwynneMP) July 26, 2021
“Very sad news with the sudden death overnight of Prof Kailash Chand. A very strong voice for the NHS and a great loss to medicine. He is the father of Dr Assem Malhotra. RIP.”
Kailash Chand death Reason
The situation around that death of famous prof. Kailash Chand’s demise is not revealed by anyone so far. We are trying to assemble more information to clarify the death reason. “We are hugely saddened to learn of the sudden death of Professor Kailash Chand OBE – he was a passionate advocate and defender of the NHS and champion for equality. A huge loss. May he rest in peace.”