UN chief Antonio Guterres condoles Lata Mangeshkar’s death: ‘Voice of the subcontinent’
UN chief Antonio Guterres has condoled the demise of the legendary Indian singer, Lata Mangeshkar, who “actually had been the dispute of the subcontinent”. Mangeshkar, who will be counted as one amongst India’s greats with an estimated 30,000 songs in an nearly eight-decade profession, died in Mumbai on Sunday. She became 92.
The UN Secretary Commonplace’s Deputy Spokesman Farhan Haq told PTI on Tuesday that Guterres “expressed his condolences to her household and to the opposite folks of India, over the loss of someone who had actually been the dispute of the subcontinent.”
India’s Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador T S Tirumurti on Sunday said the passing of Mangeshkar is an “irreplaceable loss to the nation. An irreplaceable loss to the realm of tune”.
“Bharat Ratna #LataMangeshkar will are living in our hearts without raze,” he said.
Taking to Twitter, Assistant-Secretary-Commonplace and Deputy Government Director of UN Females Anita Bhatia on Sunday said Mangeshkar, “the Nightingale of India, isn’t any extra. We mourn the passing of this essential lady, a tune narrative whose horny dispute is indelibly etched in our recollections & our hearts.”
Diaspora organisation Federation of Indian Associations – Fresh York, Fresh Jersey and Connecticut (FIA-NY NJ CT) additionally condoled the demise of Mangeskar, who became is understood as the ‘Nightingale of India’.
“The melodious dispute of the narrative Bharat Ratna Lata Mangeshkar ji will are living with us without raze. Deepest condolences to her household & followers at some level of the realm,” FIA said.