Ex-mayor of Indore and senior Congress pioneer Suresh Seth spent away on Thursday (23 February 2018) evening after a delayed sickness. He inhaled his last during treatment in a private emergency clinic. Seth (87) is survived by a child and three girls.
He was affectionately called 'Sher-e-Indore' for emphatically raising issues of public intrigue and furthermore, battling against his own kin when in power. Conceived on November 18, 1931, Seth began his battle against debasement and committed his life to the reason for individuals with his own paper Indore Samachar. Seth had filled in as the priest for the metropolitan organization in then Chief Minister Arjun Singh's Cabinet, and furthermore as the Indore civic chairman.
There were numerous episodes when he demonstrated his guts in legislative issues and public administrations also. While filling in as the metropolitan organization serves, he left his post in two years after some debate with the Arjun Singh and got back to Indore from Bhopal in transport in the wake of leaving the administration vehicle and offices there.
Prior to that, he additionally raised his voice over the instance of selling of Rajwada to an industrialist family. Seth had filled in as MLA of body electorate no. 5 of every 1977 and 1980 as the applicant of the Indian National Congress and later as an autonomous competitor in 1985. He had picked' Lion' as his image during political decision as an autonomous competitor after which he got acclaimed with the name of Sher-e-Indore.