New Delhi | ND Tiwari’s son, Rohit Shekhar Tiwari, dies with cause of death still unknown . It is being told that Rohit Shekhar Tiwari died in the house of Defense Colony in Delhi.
According to Joint Commissioner Devesh Srivastav, blood was coming out from Shekhar’s nose. The servants present at the house called Shekhar’s mother, who had gone to check up at the hospital, Shekhar’s mother reached her home from hospital. Body was taken by ambulance to Max Hospital where doctors declared Shekhar dead.
Rohit Shekhar’s house in Defense Colony is currently under occupation by the police. At present the police are inside Rohit’s house and the investigation is going on.
At four o’clock the family came to know..
It is being told that at four o’clock on Tuesday evening, Rohit Shekhar Tiwari tried to woke up in his room. The family saw that their hands and feet were cold. He was then taken to Max Hospital. Rohit was admitted to the hospital by wife and mother. The cause of death has not been found yet.
From Max Hospital, it was told that an emergency call came from the house of Rohit Shekhar Tiwari on Tuesday evening at 4.41 pm. It was seen in the investigation that Rohit was in a dead state. After this the information given to the police was given to the police. At the same time DCP Vijay Kumar of South Delhi says that Rohit Shekhar Tiwari was brought to Max Hospital in the dead. Right now the matter is being investigated.
ND Tiwari accepted him as son after long legal battle
Rohit Shekhar fought a long legal battle to prove ND Tiwari as his father. DNA test was also done for this, then visiting Tiwari had treated Rohit as his son. Tired of a long battle, ND Tiwari publicly assumed that Rohit Shekhar was his son at the age of 90. After this he handed his political heritage to son Rohit.
Rohit Shekhar joined the BJP during the Uttarakhand assembly elections in 2017. He lived with his mother Ujjwala and wife Apoorva Shukla in Delhi. In 2018, Rohit was married to Apoorva Shukla from Indore.
ND Tiwari had big stature in politics
Former Chief Minister N. D. Tiwari’s political stance can be gauged from the fact that he is the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand. He was Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh four times. On January 21, 1976, ND Tiwari became the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh for the first time. In 1988, he took oath as CM for the fourth time in 1988. In 2002, he was made Chief Minister of Uttarakhand. After this, ND Tiwari was made the Governor of Andhra Pradesh in 2007.