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‘Allah sent rottenness to the world’ – Celebration of hardliners on Rohit Sardana’s demise

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Senior journalist of ‘Aaj Tak’ Rohit Sardana passed away due to a heart attack. He was infected with the corona virus. He was about 40 years old. He had gained fame on ‘Zee News’ by debating shows like ‘Taal Thok Ke’ ​​and ‘Aaj Tak’ on ‘Dangal’. Now after his death, some people have started talking in social media. These people are celebrating the death of Rohit Sardana.

‘India Today’ journalist Rajdeep Sardesai took to Twitter to pray for the peace of his soul, describing the demise of Rohit Sardana as a bad news. Quoting this tweet, Sharjeel Usmani, who described himself as a Muslim and activist, wrote, “Psychopath. Psychotic liar. Genocide Promoter. He can never be remembered as a journalist. ” Many people asked Sharjeel to write thoughtfully.

At the same time, a Twitter handle named ‘Ali Moula’ wrote, “Wow! This is very good news. Rohit Sardana died. The world of dirty people does not need. ”


Irfan Basir Wani wrote on Facebook, “He was spreading hatred towards Muslims. Last year, he was barking against the tabligi deposits. The Bengal rally and Kumbh were not necessary, which were spreading the corona. Therefore, Allah made plans and chose them for hell. “

One wasim wrote, “The chapter of a hater is closed.” Aks named Handel wrote, “Jahanum himself went away by sending Muslims to Pakistan.” They must be having fun at a special place in hell. ” Tariq Idarsi wrote, “Believe me, I am not sad at all. No sympathy. ” Iram Khan wrote, “What’s the point of breaking heart in this?” They were breaking hearts by spreading communal hatred. “

Arif Naqshbandi wrote, “If this news is true then I have no sympathy. He was a hate-monger who was serving lies. ” Opus of Ali wrote, “Rohit Sardana passed away. Haha! Rot in the world.

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