Well known Cartoonist Sudhir Tailang dead

A well known political cartoonist in India, Sudhir Tailang, died on Saturday. He was at his 55 and ailing for the past a few days; and was admitted in the hospital. Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed his grief and said that Sudhir Tailang by the skill of his cartoons brought a smile on the faces of many peoples.
Tweets - Sudhir Tailang demise is ultimately and unfortunate. His brush brought smile on many faces; condolences to his family RIP (@Narendra Modi)
Many Political leaders on the death of Sudhir Tailang tweet and pay Tribute - "We pray to God to bless the mercy to soul rest in the peace of Shri Sudhir Tailang; and the strength to bear the grief to his family -- Shiv Raj Singh Chauhan."
Mr. Tailang was felicitated with Padma Shree for his contribution in the field of cartoons in the year 2004. He had launched a new book of cartoons with the name' No, Prime Minister'. The book was based the former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Tailang was born in Bikaner in Rajasthan in 1960. When he was at his age of 10, he had drawn his first cartoon sketch. Mr Tailang had begun his career with illustrated weekly of India in 1982.

He joined Nav Bharat Times in 1983; later many years he was working in Hindustan times. He had also worked with Indian Express, Times of India and Asian Age.

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