Dr. KK Aggarwal , Who Died Of Covid says “Show Must Go On” in his last interaction with nation.
Dr. KK Aggarwal, a Padma Shri recipient and former president of the Indian Medical Association, died of Covid last night. Dr. Aggarwal posted a Facebook video about two weeks back, announcing that he embodied the common conscience of the medical profession by being on camera while being fighting Covid and pneumonia. “The show must go on,” he says in the video, which has gone viral online. It was one of the cardiologist’s hundreds of videos aimed at educating the public about Covid’s services.
Dr. Aggarwal, 62, died on Monday at 11.30 p.m., “after a long fight with Covid,” according to an official statement on his Twitter account.
“Padma Shri Dr. KK Aggarwal has devoted his life to the welfare of the people and raising health consciousness since becoming a doctor. And through the pandemic, he worked tirelessly to inform the public, reaching out to over 100 million people through a variety of videos and outreach campaigns, saving countless lives “according to the statement
The news of his passing sparked a barrage of condolence messages from social media users, and one of his last videos resurfaced on Twitter. On April 30, Dr. Aggarwal posted the video to Facebook.
He said in the video, “I have Covid pneumonia, which is progressive.” “However, keep in mind Raj Kapoor’s words: ‘picture abhi baaki hai… the show must go on.'”Dr. KK Aggarwal
A number of Viewers have expressed gratitude to the doctor for his efforts to increase public consciousness.
Dr. Aggarwal had posted a series of videos on Facebook before the account began airing “repeat telecasts” with a tweet stating that the cardiologist would return shortly.
“Dr KK is healing from COVID-19, meanwhile this account is being handled by HCFI & Medtalks,” a disclaimer appeared alongside his most recent videos on Twitter.
A Little more about the person whose service to the nation will be remembered
Dr. Agarwal, who was born on September 5, 1958, served as president of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) and is currently the head of the Heart Care Foundation of India. The Padma Shri award was bestowed upon him by the government in 2010.
Dr. Agarwal’s death was confirmed in a statement posted on his Twitter account. “Even during the pandemic, he made relentless attempts to educate the masses and was able to reach out to over 100 million people through various videos and outreach programmes, saving countless lives,” according to the statement.
Dr. KK Agarwal was the president of the Confederation of Medical Associations in Asia and Oceania at the time. The coveted Dr BC Roy National Award was also bestowed upon him.
After having been on the support of the ventilator for days at AIIMS Delhi due to COVID 19, Dr. KK Agarwal left for his heavenly home last night (11.30 on 17 May). Reports Time Of Hindustan