Raju Srivastava, a veteran comedian died

At the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi, veteran comic Raju Srivastava died away on Wednesday morning. At the age of 58, Raju Srivastava passed away.

Srivastav Raju Death: On Wednesday morning, legendary comedian Raju Srivastava passed away. After suffering a heart attack on August 10, Raju Srivastava was sent to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi, where he passed away on August 11 at the age of 58. His health was continually being worked on by a team of medical professionals, but Raju Srivastava passed away and is no longer with us.

For 42 days, Raju Srivastava was a patient at AIIMS.

Let us recall that Raju Srivastava was taken to the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Delhi on August 10 after becoming unconscious during a workout. Raju Srivastava had an angioplasty after being hospitalised to AIIMS, but even then, his condition didn't get any better. Raju Srivastava was put on continuous life support after his brain ceased functioning. Even though Raju Srivastava's hands and feet were moving a few days ago, he ultimately lost the struggle for his life.

Who is a member of Raju Srivastava's family?

On December 25, 1963, Raju Srivastava was born in Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh. Shikha Srivastava, Antara, and Ayushmann, the wife, daughter, and son of Raju Srivastava, survive him. In addition, Raju has two brothers: CP and Deepu Srivastava, as well as two nephews: Mayank and Mridul.

ThreeAngioplasties in Ten Years

Raju Srivastava has previously undergone three angioplasty procedures in the previous ten years due to his cardiac condition. Raju Srivastava first underwent an angioplasty at Mumbai's Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital ten years ago, and then again at Mumbai's Lilavati Hospital seven years ago. After having a heart attack, Raju Srivastava underwent an angioplasty on August 10 at AIIMS, Delhi.

A 2014 BJP member

Raju Srivastava, the reigning comedian, also tried his hand at politics, and the Samajwadi Party (SP) nominated him as a contender for the Kanpur seat in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Raju Srivastava, however, had refused the ticket and claimed that the local party activists were not supporting him. But in March 2014, he switched parties and joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

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