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Veteran journalist Ram Naresh Tripathi dies; condolences pour | Allahabad News – Times of India

File photograph of Ram Naresh Tripathi with PM Narendra Modi

Prayagraj: Veteran journalist of Prayagraj, Ram Naresh Tripathi, handed away at Nazareth Hospital on Monday night. Tripathi was 73 years previous.
His son Shashank Tripathi knowledgeable, “My father was suffering with Covid and was admitted to Swarooprani Nehru Hospital. He was shifted to Nazareth Hospital on April 27 where he breathed his last on Monday evening.”
UP Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Deputy Chief Minister Keshav Prasad Maurya expressed deep condolences on the demise of Dr Tripathi.
“It is very shocking news for me as we have lost an iconic figure, well versed in Vedic culture, astrology, Sanskrit and journalism. It is a personal loss for me,” mentioned deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya, who supplied his deep condolences to the bereaved household.
Dr Ram Naresh Tripathi was the state president of Uttar Pradesh Journalists’ Association and the nationwide vp of the National Union of Journalists. He was the creator and editor of a number of books, visiting professor in US University, regional director of Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan and administrator of Bhavans Mehta College, Bharwari in Kaushambi district.
Tripathi’s journalism journey started in 1971 from the Deshdoot newspaper and was chief reporter in a Hindi day by day. In 1983, he took over because the bureau chief of Navbharat Times in Prayagraj and continued to serve there for 20 years.
BJP’s Member of Parliament Prof Rita Bahuguna Joshi additionally expressed deep condolences on the demise of Dr Tripathi.
“I deeply condole the death of the veteran journalist of the city and pray to God that the noble soul rests in peace and provide support to the bereaved family in this hour of grief,” mentioned Joshi.
Several political events additionally mourned his demise.

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