Famous Bengali writer Anish Dev passes away due to corona

The corona has affected every section of the country and so far many people have been affected. When it comes to the entertainment world, the entertainment world has suffered a lot due to corona. Meanwhile, another sad news has come in which famous Bengali writer Anish Dev passed away at a city hospital on Wednesday due to corona. Family sources said Dev was put on a ventilator. 

He is survived by his wife and his daughter. The author was admitted to a private hospital a few days ago after having a heart attack at home. After which he was infected with coronavirus. 

He was born in 1951 in the metropolis, Deb started writing at the age of 18. His popular works include the futuristic thriller Tish Ghanta Shaat Min, Saper Chokh, Jibon Jakhon Furai Jaye, Hate Kalome Computer, Bigyner Dashdiganto. Deb is also known for transcribing science novels around the world to Bengali and popularize science. He was honored with the Vidyasagar Award instituted by the Government of West Bengal in 2019.

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