New-Delhi : Senior journalist and Indian Express national bureau chief Ravish Tiwari died on last Friday at a hospital in Gurgaon. He had been suffering from cancer since June 2020. He was 40 and is survived by his wife, his parents and a brother.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled Tiwari’s demise and said he was ”insightful” and ”humble”.
“Destiny has taken away Ravish Tiwari too soon. A bright career in the media world comes to an end. I would enjoy reading his reports and would also periodically interact with him. He was insightful and humble. Condolences to his family and many friends. Om Shanti,” PM Modi tweeted.
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, offering his condolences on Twitter, said, “Shocked and pained to learn about the untimely demise of, Ravish Tiwari. He was a young, bright and professional journalist, full of life.”
Senior journalist Vikas Bhadauria shared the news of Mr Tiwari’s death on Twitter.
Profound journalist, a great human being and my dearest friend, Ravish Tiwari, passed away last (Friday) night. Last rites will be performed at Sector-20, Gurgaon 3.30 PM today. Om Shanti Shanti Shanti,” he tweeted.