Mumbai: BJP leader and former Union minister Dilip Gandhi died at a hospital in New Delhi on Wednesday, family sources said.
He was 69.
Gandhi had served as the Minister of State for Shipping in the Atal Bihari Vajpayee-led central government.
He recently tested positive for coronavirus and was undergoing treatment for multiple ailments, the sources said.
The BJP leader, who started his career as a corporator in late 80s, had won the Lok Sabha elections three times since 1999 from Ahmednagar in Maharashtra.
He was denied ticket in the 2019 general polls. (PTI)
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