Death of 35-year-old Youtuber from Corona: Rahul Vohra no more, tagged PM Modi a day before his death – I would have survived if I had received good treatment

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Death of 35-year-old Youtuber from Corona: YouTuber Rahul Vohra has passed away. He was 35 years old and was battling covid-19. He continued to seek help from the government till the day before his death. On Saturday, he wrote on social media, tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, expressing his disdain that he could have survived if he had got good treatment. Rahul also wrote that he had lost courage. But they will soon be born next and will do a good job. Rahul’s comedy and motivational videos were highly viral on social media.

The theater director confirmed Rahul’s death

Rahul’s death has been confirmed by theater director Arvind Gaur on social media. According to his post on Sunday, Saturday, Rahul was admitted from Rajiv Gandhi Hospital in Delhi to Ayushman Hospital in Dwarka. But all attempts to save them failed.

Wife had said- Rahul will get well soon

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The rumor of Rahul’s demise had gone viral on several social media pages on Saturday evening, which was denied by his wife Jyoti Tiwari. Jyoti wrote in her post that false news was coming about her husband. They will soon recover and return home.

On May 4, Covid was reported to be positive.

On May 4, Rahul had reported on social media to be covid positive. According to him, he was hospitalized 4 days earlier and there was no recovery. His oxygen level was constantly falling and no one was going to see him. According to Rahul’s post, he was forced to ask for help on social media. Because their family members were not able to handle the situation.

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