Ground Report | New Delhi: Journalist Ravish Tiwari; Senior journalist and National Bureau chief of English newspaper Indian Express, Ravish Tiwari is no more. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has expressed deep grief over Tiwari’s death. Prime Minister Narendra Modi condoled Tiwari’s demise, saying he was ‘insightful’ and ‘humble’.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said in his tweet, “Naseeb snatched Ravish Tiwari from our midst very soon. A shining genius in the media world has come to an end. I used to love his reports. I read from time to time.” Used to talk to him too. He was deeply understanding and courteous. My condolences to his friends and family members. Om Shanti.”
Union Home Minister Amit Shah tweeted “Shocked and pained to learn about the untimely demise of, Ravish Tiwari. He was a young, bright and professional journalist, full of life. My condolences to his family and friends. May God give them strength to bear the irreparable loss. Om Shanti.”
TV journalist Vikas Bhadauria tweeted, “Serious journalist, a good person and my dear friend Ravish Tiwari said goodbye to the world last night. The funeral will be held at 3.30 pm today in Sector 20 of Gurugram.”
Former Union Minister and senior Congress leader Jairam Ramesh has written, “Raveesh Tiwari was educated at Navodaya Vidyalaya, IIT Mumbai and Oxford. He was one of the educated and objective journalists. We used to criticize but we were good friends. We had a long conversation just four days ago. His untimely death is very sad.”
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