- TV journalist Rohit Sardana passes after a heart attack after testing Covid-19.
- He was earlier associated with Zee News then went ahead and joined Aaj Tak.
- He was one of India’s most well-known names in television news.
Senior journalist and famous anchor Rohit Sardana died due to heart attack in a shocking incident on Friday. Sardana tested positive for Covid-19 on April 24. According to the media personality, his RT-PCR report was negative, but a CT-Scan revealed a Covid infection in his lungs.
एक हफ़्ते पहले बुख़ार और बाक़ी लक्षण आने के बाद टेस्ट कराया था. RTPCR नेगेटिव आया लेकिन CTScan से कोविड की पुष्टि हो गई थी. अभी हालत पहले से बेहतर है. आप सभी अपना और अपने परिवारजनों का ख़याल रखें. pic.twitter.com/mq4fC9HQ9L— रोहित सरदाना (@sardanarohit) April 24, 2021
On Zee News, he hosted the famous debate show ‘Taal Thok Ke,’ which discussed contemporary issues in India.
Sardana left Zee News in 2017 to join Aaj Tak, where he has been hosting the debate show “Dangal.”
He received the Ganesh Vidyarthi Puraskar Award in 2018 bu Government of India. He was one of India’s most well-known names in television news.
Sudhir Chaudhary of Zee News confirmed the news. He said that he never thought the virus would take away anyone so close to him. He also said he was not prepared for this news.
अब से थोड़ी पहले @capt_ivane का फ़ोन आया।उसने जो कहा सुनकर मेरे हाथ काँपने लगे।हमारे मित्र और सहयोगी रोहित सरदाना की मृत्यु की ख़बर थी।ये वाइरस हमारे इतने क़रीब से किसी को उठा ले जाएगा ये कल्पना नहीं की थी।इसके लिए मैं तैयार नहीं था।ये भगवान की नाइंसाफ़ी है..— Sudhir Chaudhary (@sudhirchaudhary) April 30, 2021
Condolences are pouring in from all over the country following the death of Rohit Sardana. People are taken aback after hearing the news. Sardana was well-liked known for his straightforward reporting style.
Rohit Sardana’s most recent tweets reveal that he was seeking to support others through his own health problems. During the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic, he was exchanging SOS calls from people in need of assistance.