Dainik Bhaskar's group editor Kalpesh Yagnik is no more between us. On Thursday night, at around 10:30 in the office of Indore, he had a heart attack during the work. After this, all the efforts to save him failed. As soon as he had a heart attack, the office staff took him to Bombay Hospital immediately. He was also treated for about three and a half hours, but his condition did not improve even after all their efforts.
Doctors have told that during treatment he had a second heart attack. At around 2 o'clock in the night, doctors declared him dead. His last visit will be at Tilak Nagar Muktidham from his residence at Saket Nagar in Indore at 11 a.m. on Friday. Born on June 21, 1963, Kalpesh was associated with the Dainik Bhaskar Group since 1998. For some time before that, he was also associated with the Free Press Journal. This is being seen as a big loss for the Bhaskar Group.
Yagnik, 55, was an intense voice and a well-known journalist. He was known for the pencil writing. He wrote about outsiders and unbiased on the sensitive issues in the country and society. In the issue of Dainik Bhaskar on Saturday, his column was known throughout the country.