‘So sorry to hear about this’: Kejriwal tweets on veteran Okhla journalist who died after suffering brain hemorrhage
The death of veteran Okhla-based journalist on Monday while he was returning from his hometown in Bihar to Okhla has been mourned. Since the report surfaced of the journalist’s death condolence messages have been pouring in from across the county.
Condoling death of Roushan Ali, who has been covering Delhi government for the last 20 years, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted: “So sorry to hear about this, may God bless his soul. My condolences to the family.”
Press Club of India tweeted: “Senior journalist Roshan passed away following a massive heart attack on Monday evening. The Press Club of India feels saddened over the tragic loss and prays for his eternal peace. A very warm and affable person, he was working with Millennium Post daily in Delhi.”
NDTV journalist Munne Bharti tweeted: “The Delhi government should pay Rs 1 crore compensation to Roushan’s family. The journalist was very active during Covid period and risked his life to cover stories.” He tagged Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia.
Roushan was 55 years old and has left behind a daughter and wife.