NEW DELHI — Former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Narayan Dutt Tiwari died at a private hospital in New Delhi on Thursday after a prolonged illness, doctors said.
He was 93.
Tiwari was admitted at the Max Super Speciality Hospital and died at 2:50 pm, the doctors said.
The politician was shifted to the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) of the hospital on 26 October. He was suffering from fever and pneumonia.
A team of doctors was monitoring his condition in the ICU round the clock.
The veteran leader has served as a Union minister in several Congress governments and as the Andhra Pradesh governor. He also served as Uttarakhand chief minister.