Parmeshwar Godrej, socialite and the spouse of Indian electrical apparatuses Adi Godrej aggregate, Adi Godrej, passed away at Breach Candy Hospital, on Monday night, reports have uncovered. Pakistani government official and previous cricketer Imran Khan on Tuesday was the first to post sympathies for her sudden destruction, on Twitter. The tweet stunned numerous, who were still unconscious of Parmeshwar’s passing. The 64-year-old head of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) party, tweeted out on Tuesday morning that he was “crushed” to know about the passing of the industrialist’s better half, who he said was a decent companion of his and had remained by him, in troublesome times. He communicated his anguish on Parmeshwar Godrej’s destruction, saying that he wished quality for Adi Godrej and his youngsters.
Parmeshwar Godrej was supposedly experiencing a degenerative lung infection and had been conceded in the Hospital for a long while. Twitter circle to a great extent stayed uninformed of the occurrence. Tweeting on Tuesday, Imran Khan said, “Crushed by death of dear companion, Parmeshwar Godrej, the previous evening: she was dependably there for me in my most troublesome times. May her significant other Adhi and her youngsters discover quality to adapt to this misfortune.” Khan and Parmeshwar Godrej have been dear companions and have shown up together. Parmeshwar was 70 years of age and is made due by her significant other, and three kids Nisa Godrej, Pirojsha Adi Godrej and Tanya Dubash.
Former cricketer and Pakistani politician took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to express his condolences.
He wrote: “Devastated by death of close friend, Parmeshwar Godrej, last night: she was always there for me in my most difficult times. 1/2
2/2 May her husband Adhi and her children find strength to cope with this loss. (sic)”
Former Minister of State with the Ministry of Information Technology and Communications, Milind Deora also expressed his condolences to Adi Godrej and family on Twitter:
Parmeshwar Godrej was known for her work combating AIDS in India through the Heroes Project, an initiative she launched in 2004 with Hollywood actor Richard Gere. The initiative also garnered support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Clinton Global Initiative.
Before being married to Adi Godrej, Parmeshwar Godrej was one of the first air hostesses for Air India.