HomeDeath News & Obituary NewsAbasar Beuria, 80, former Indian diplomat, dies!!

Abasar Beuria, 80, former Indian diplomat, dies!!

The news of the death of the former Indian diplomat has talked about a lot lately. Abasar Beuria was the chairman of the Institute of Odia Studies & Research (IOSR). After he left his job as chairman of the Institute of Odia Studies & Research. He was also involve with many cultural, literary, and other groups (IOSR). After the news of Abasar Beuria’s death spread on the internet and social media platforms, many people started to pay their respects to Abasar Beuria by sharing their memories. If you want more update follow Yojanashakti.

How Did Abasar Beuria Die?

Family members used the internet to tell people that Abasar had died. In a statement release by one of Abasar Beuria’s family members. It was said that around 1:00 a.m. on the night of November 16, 2022, Abasar Beuria told his wife that he was in a lot of pain in his chest. After a short time, Abasar Beuria was take to the hospital closest to where he was. Abasar was taken to one of Bhubaneshwar, Odisa’s, private hospitals. When Abasar was taken to the hospital, it was said that he was dead.

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Who Was Abasar Beuria?

About 80 years old, Abasar was a very wise man. He has worked in many different fields of interest. He was an ambassador for India in many countries, including Sri Lanka, Madagascar, Japan, Russia, the United States, the United Arab Emirates, and Myanmar. After retiring, he even worked with many organizations in the arts, literature, and other fields. But Abasar Beuria’s work with the Institute of Odia Studies and Research is well-known (IOSR).

Tribute To Abasar Beuria

India grew more with Abasar Beuria help. Beuria had done a lot of different things. Now that Abasar Beuria has died, people have been talking about their favourite memories of him and paying tribute to him. He will always remember for who he was and what he did when he could. We pray that Abasar Beuria’s spirit will find peace in God’s hands.

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