The British were shocked by the news of the death of Vivek Chadha, a young Indian businessman and millionaire, just eight weeks after his marriage and his legendary wedding.
Vivek Chaddha was known as a hotel mogul who ran the multimillion-pound Nine Group, which has extensive interests in hotels and property, and had ties to leaders of Britain’s ruling Conservative Party.
And the newspaper, “Daily Mail”, that Chadha died just hours after he was seen partying in a nightclub.
And just two months ago, Chadha, 33, married model Stuti Chadha, in a lavish ceremony at the JW Marriott Grosvenor House in Park Lane, London.
Speaking to the newspaper, his widow said: “There are no words to describe what happened. I am in shock, still trying to understand.”
She added: “It was beautiful, now I have to deal with the loss of the love of my life I’m stunned and amazed.”
“It is possible that an autopsy will be carried out to determine the cause of Chad’s death, especially as he is still young and does not appear to have any known underlying health problems,” the newspaper reported.
The newspaper quoted sources close to him as saying that “his death was due to natural causes.”
The sources added: “Chada did not die at his home in central London, but was in another place.”
And she continued, “We do not know the full facts yet, and we are waiting to determine what exactly happened.”
Despite his young age, Chad was able to weave relations with leaders of Britain’s ruling Conservative Party, including former prime ministers, David Cameron and Theresa May.
In 2015, Chad donated £100,000 to the late Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi’s Act in Parliament Square, an initiative backed by prominent leaders such as George Osborne.
Among the hotels owned by the late Nine Group are the four-star London 02 Arena and four Holiday Inn franchises.
The company also owns the Halt & Pull bar in Hurley, and recently entered into a franchise deal with Pizza Hut.
According to the newspaper, Chad’s friends did not inform his family of the exact reasons for his death.
Source: “Daily Mail”
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