Rahul Vohra passes away after posting 'I have given up hope' on Facebook

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Rahul Vohra passes away after posting 'I have given up hope' on Facebook

Sunday, 09 May 2021 | IANS | Mumbai

Rahul Vohra passes away after posting 'I have given up hope' on Facebook

Actor and YouTube star Rahul Vohra has reportedly breathed his last owing to Covid-19 complications. He was 35.

The actor was admitted to Delhi'sARajeev Gandhi super speciality hospital and undergoing treatment for Covid-19.

The news of Vohra's death comes just a day after he posted on Facebook saying he could have been saved had he received proper treatment and he will be born again soon.

"Mujhe bhi treatment acha mil jata,
To main bhi bach jata tumhaara Irahul Vohra
Name-Rahul Vohra
Age -35
Hospital name -Rajeev Gandhi super speciality hospital Tahirpur, Delhi
Bed no -6554
Floor -6th B wing, HDU
Narendra Modi Manish Sisodia
Jald janam lunga or acha kaam karunga.
Ab himmat haar chuka hu," Vohra posted in Hindi on Facebook tagging Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia.

The post translates to, "Had I received proper treatment, then I could also be saved. I will be born again soon and do good work. I have given up hope."

Mourning his demise, Vohra's friend and actor Bharat Pandit posted in Hindi on Facebook: "Covid 19# Rahul Vohra no more. After hearing from Ratnesh and reading your post, I have repeatedly called and texted you brother. But you did not answer. I learnt from Rahul Sharma that you have been shifted to another hospital. Sharma called me this morning to inform that what you wrote in your post has come true. Om shanti."

Just a few days ago, Vohra had complained in a facebook post that he is not getting proper treatment in the hospital and his Oxygen level is constantly dipping.

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