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Former Bihar CM Jagannath Mishra passes away

Former Bihar Chief Minister Jagannath Mishra passed away. He was 82.


He was three-times Chief Minister of the state.


Jagannath Mishra was the last Congress Chief Minister in the state of Bihar.


He also served as a cabinet minister in the centre.


Jagannath Mishra became the Chief Minister for the first time in 1975. Second time he was given command in 1980 and the last time he was the Chief Minister of Bihar from 1989 to 1990.

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