10:08 GMT25 July 2021
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    In addition to COVID-19, post-pandemic complications continue to claim millions of lives across the globe. On 19 June, legendary Indian sprinter Milkha Singh also died at the age of 91 due to post-COVID complications, a month after battling with the virus.

    Famous Odia singer Tapu Mishra has died at age of 36 due to post-COVID complications while battling the virus at a private hospital.

    She was put on ventilator support two days ago, after her oxygen level dropped to 45.

    Mishra made her debut in the Odia film ''Kulanandan'' and graced over 150 movies with her melodious voice. She also sung many bhajans during her career, spanning over two decades.

    Condolences poured in from different quarters as soon as the news of her death emerged.

    Odisha state chief Naveen Patnaik tweeted in the Odia language: “Saddened to know about the passing away of popular Odia singer Tapu Mishra. Her memories as a singer will always be remembered in the Odia music world. Heartfelt condolence to her family and friends".

    ​Mourning the death of Mishra, Bharatiya Janata Party national vice-president and party in-charge of Assam and Delhi, Baijayant Jay Panda, tweeted that Mishra's death is "a great loss for the Odisha music industry.”

    ​Member of Odisha's Legislative Assembly Prasanta Behera also expressed grief on the microblogging site.

    ​State Secretary General of Biju Chhatra Janata Dal Ipsita Sahoo also expressed her condolenses on Twitter, saying "she will always be remembered for her immense contributions towards the music and film industry.”

    Kalinga Swaraj Foundation volunteer Jatin Das said that Mishra had left her millions of fans in shock.


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