Corona-infected journalist allegedly commits suicide by jumping from the fourth floor of AIIMS

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37 years old Journalist Tarun Sisodia, a resident of Bhajanpura admitted to AIIMS Trauma Center, has died after allegedly jumping from the fourth floor. The AIIMS administration said in a statement that he had difficulty understanding something, for which doctors of Neurology and Psychology were also consulting him.

In the message sent to several groups on social media, the journalist Tarun Sisodia had feared some big mess in AIIMS and in the message sent on Sunday, he also expressed fear of being murdered. The police is not saying much on this.

The 37-year-old Tarun resident of Bhajanpura has a wife and two children. Corona infection was confirmed and Tarun was admitted to AIIMS Trauma Center. His wife was also confirmed Corona Positive. Prior to Corona, a tumor in his head was successfully operated at G.B.Pant Hospital in Delhi.

Tarun, admitted for the treatment of Corona, was first admitted to the fifth floor but was later admitted to TC-One, which is on the first floor. AIIMS said in a statement that they were admitted to the AIIMS Trauma Center on June 24. His condition was stated to be stable and he was to be shifted to the ward on Monday. From where it was reported that at around 1:55pm, he jumped from the fourth floor of the hospital.

According to the statement, Tarun broke the window and jumped down. From where he was hurriedly admitted to the ICU but he died. Taking serious note of Tarun's suspicious death, Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan has ordered an inquiry into it. They have formed a committee for this. The inquiry committee consists of the head of the Neuroscience Center, Prof MV Padma, Head of the Department of Psychiatry, RK Chadha, Deputy Director (Administrative) Panda and Head, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Dr U Singh. All Expressed deep grief over Tarun's death.