Senior journalist Ramesh Nayyar passes away
Condolence pour in on his demise
Ramesh Nayyar, an eminent journalist of Chhattisgarh and former president of Hindi Granth Academy, passed away on Wednesday. He was 83. His last rites will be formed at Marwari Muktidham on November 4 at 10 am. Funeral will be taken out from his residence in Samta Colony. He is survived by wife Indramohini Nayyar, sons Sanjay and Sandeep.
Ramesh Nayyar was known for his fearless and impartial journalism. He served in many leading newspapers of the state and the. He has participated in many international seminars. He also edited four books.
He also translated seven books in English, Urdu and Punjabi into Hindi. He did his higher education from Sagar University and Pt Ravi Shankar University.
Governor Anusuiya Uikey, chief minister Bhupesh Baghel, Speaker Dr CharandasMahant, Leader of Opposition Narayan Chandel, BJP State President Arun Sao, former chief minister Dr Raman Singh, DharamlalKaushik, Congress state president Mohan Markam, Brijmohan Agrawal, Shailesh NitinTrivedi and many organizations have paid tribute.
His love for books, his strong hold on Hindi, English, Urdu and Punjabi languages and his ability to translate in these languages to questions like politics, society, human rights, observers, analysts and his detailed study from literature-culture to history and his own understanding, his connections and contacts in every walk of life and probably in every corner of the country kept him as a journalist, to the level where a journalist aspires to be.