Rohit Sardana died of a heart attack, was also infected with the coronavirus
The great television journalist Rohit Sardana, died Friday in Delhi. The popular presenter, Aaj Tak, 41, had recently tested positive for Covid-19, but he was active and on the mend. He died of a heart attack on the morning of April 30.
Rohit continued to cheer on his colleagues and amplified Covid 19-related posts on Twitter until Thursday evening. However, his health deteriorated on Thursday evening, after which he was rushed to the Metro Multispecialty Hospital in Noida.
This star of Aaj Tak, was originally from Kurukshetra in Haryana. He was the recipient of the NT Award and the ENBA Award for best anchor as well as the prestigious Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Award for Hindi Journalism.
During his career which spanned more than a decade and a half, Rohit Sardana started as an announcer in All India Radio, after which he made a name for himself by anchoring shows in ETV, Sahara Samay, Zee News and then Aaj. Tak. Rohit Sardana was considered one of the strongest anchors in the Hindi. As the host of Aaj Tak’s prime-time show, Dangal, Rohit took a major step in television grounding that only a few achieved.
Rohit Sardana, who has long been the face of television media, used to host the program “Dangal”, which was broadcast daily on the news channel “Aaj Tak”. In 2018, Rohit Sardana received the Ganesh Shankar Vidyarthi Prize. Senior journalist Rajdeep Sardesai also gave information on the death of Rohit Sardana. Paying tribute on Twitter, he said: ‘My friends, this is very sad news. Famous TV news anchor Rohit Sardana has passed away. He’s having a heart attack this morning. My deepest condolences to his family. ‘
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