After testing positive for Covid, Aaj Tak journalist Rohit Sardana passes away

Anchor and senior journalist Rohit Sardana of Hindi news channel Aajtak died on Friday due to corona virus. According to reports, he had a cardiac arrest this morning. Rohit Sardana, nearly 40 years old, had tweeted on April 24 that he had been found Covid-19 infected in a CT scan. But he also said that his condition was improving but he died six days later.

The information about Sardana’s death has been tweeted by ‘Zee News’ editor-in-chief Sudhir Chaudhary. Sardana’s colleague and India Today anchor Rajdeep Sardesai has also confirmed Rohit’s death by tweeting.

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Rohit Sardana wrote in his tweet, “Took a test a week ago after getting fever and other symptoms. RTPCR came negative but Covid was confirmed from CTScan. Now the condition is better than before. All of you take care of yourself and your family members. “

Giving information about Sardana’s demise, Sudhir Chaudhary wrote in his tweet, “A little while ago I got a call from @capt_ivane. My hands were shaken after hearing what he said. The news of the death of our friend and colleague Rohit Sardana. The virus. I had not imagined that we would pick up someone from so close to me. I was not ready for this. This is God’s injustice. ॐ Peace. “

Journalist Sakshi Joshi wrote in her tweet, “The news of Rohit Sardana’s demise has shaken up. This is very sad news. Still can’t believe it. Whose eyes got this look to our country? Just now I am literally away. “

Former India TV journalist Sushant Sinha wrote in his tweet, “Rohit Sardana is no more. Like it is beyond belief. Corona was infected but revealed that he was fine until yesterday. Suddenly such news today. Wordless. “

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