Beltangady: Brother-in-law of Dharmadhikari Veerendra Heggade passes away

Daijiworld Media Network – Beltangady (MS)

Beltangady, May 23: Dr B Yashoverma, secretary of Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara Educational Institutions and retired principal of degree college passed away due to illness on Sunday, May 22 at Singapore. He was 66.

Dr B Yashovarma (67) was a resident of Ujire.

He has left behind his wife Sonia Varma and sons Pooran Varma and Keyoor Varma.

He hailed from Peradi Beedu, Moodbidri taluk and was the son of Moodbidri Jain High School Kannada teacher Late T Raghuchandra Shetty and Peradi Beedu Pushpavathi.

Dr Yashoverma was suffering from severe health issues for some time. He had been to Singapore to get advanced treatment. However, he died on the midnight of Sunday in Singapore due to low BP.

He was the brother of Dr Hemavathi Heggade, wife of Dharmadhikari Dr Veerendra Heggade.




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  • KRPrabhu, Bangaluru/Mangalore

    Mon, May 23 2022

    Sadgathi prapthirastu.....

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  • WILFRED SEQUEIRA, Urwa/Bangalore

    Mon, May 23 2022

    I had frequent interactions with Dr.Yashoverma when I was the Branch Manager of State Bank of India, Belthangady branch in the late nineties. He was very intelligent, very active and lively. We were the members of Rotary Club of Belthangady and were part of many social service activities in and around Belthangady. Very sad to know that Dr.Yashoverma is no more. Om Shanti🙏

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  • prakash, Manipal

    Mon, May 23 2022

    RIP to the departed soul...

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