Mumbai : Bigg Boss’s ex-contestant Swami Om has passed away. He was ill for the last few months, he had tested corona positive three months ago. After which he was undergoing treatment at AIIMS. Now he has breathed his last at DLF Ankur Vihar located in Loni, NCR.
Giving this information, his friend Mukesh Jain’s son Arjun Jain said that he had paralysis 15 days ago, after which his condition deteriorated and he died shortly before.
Arjun Jain said, ‘Swami Om was sick for the last few months. Even after recovering from the corona, he had a lot of trouble walking due to weakness. After which he also had paralysis in half his body. His condition worsened 15 days ago due to paralysis. He breathed his last this morning.’
According to the information, his last rites will be performed today at 1:30 pm at Nigam Bodh Ghat, Delhi.
In the year 2017, the Supreme Court imposed a fine of ten lakh rupees on Swami Om. In fact, Swami Om had said in the petition that while appointing judges in the High Court and Supreme, why is the recommendation taken from the CJI? On this, when this case came before the bench of CJI Khehar and Justice DY Chandrachud, the court said that it is a publicity stunt. But Swami Om replied that he has already gained a lot of publicity through ‘Bigg Boss’. In this case, last year, the court asked him to deposit Rs 5 lakh in 8 weeks instead of 10 lakh fine.