Veteran journalist Sunil Jain died on Saturday. He tested positive for corona and was treated at the AIIMS in Delhi. Sunil Jain was the managing editor of Financial Express. Many elders, including Prime Minister Modi, have mourned his death.
Prime Minister Modi’s tweet
You left us too soon, Sunil Jain. I will miss reading your columns and listening to your openness as well as insightful opinions on various topics. You leave behind an inspirational range of work. Journalism is even poorer today with your sad death. Condolences to family and friends. Om Shanti.
– Narendra Modi (NarendraModi) May 15, 2121
Bajayanta Panda tweets
Stunned and very, very sorry to hear the untimely death of Sunil Jain, the editor of Financial Express. I have known him for many years, have had frequent conversations in various forums, and have been interviewed by him. He was one of our brightest, most rational and balanced journalists. Big loss. Om Shanti 6
– Vaijayanta J Panda (PandaJoy) May 15, 2121
Pawan Khedar tweets
– Pawan Khera (Paonkhera) May 15, 2121
Ananta Goenka’s tweet
Sunil Jain, managing editor of Financial Express, lost the battle to Kovid today. He was a friend of undoubted devotion and inspired us with his professional commitment. Worth to know him, nurture his passion, balance and wisdom your express family will miss you
– Ananta Goenka (Antogenka) May 15, 2121
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