Death at work: a professor from India died live
Indian artist and professor Rita Jitendra died in front of millions of viewers right on the Good Morning J & K program.
An 86-year-old woman departed to another world in seconds. The cause of death was a heart attack. It is noteworthy that just a few minutes before the start of the ether, Rita said that she wanted to die at work. Well, sometimes dreams come true immediately.
The famous academician, writer and artist Rita Jitendra, despite her advanced age, was an incredibly active woman. She continued to teach, was active in social activities, she was often invited to television as an expert.
As the presenter Zahid Muktar later shared, the 86-year-old woman had a lively talk on air that morning and “looked absolutely normal. During the broadcast, Rita told the authors of the program a lot and interestingly about life, joked, cheerfully answered questions.But then, suddenly, she interrupted her story: she obviously felt bad in a matter of seconds, she began to choke, and then fainted. After that, the operator stopped shooting.
The staff of the television studio rushed to the aid of the guest. When she was taken to one of the local hospitals, doctors only had to state the death of a heart attack.
As it turned out, on the way to television, Jitendra talked about exactly how she wanted to die. The professor wanted to die as the former president Abdul Kalam, who in 2015 died during a lecture at a local university.