Sagar Mehta, a 29-year-old Indian from Bhavnagar, who lived in Warsaw, passed away during his sleep yesterday.

Sagar Mehta, after finishing his studies in Pacific University Udaipur and Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, Ahmedabad, he moved to Poland to create a new future. He was a student of SGH Warsaw School of Economics and he also studied Global Production Management at Warsaw University of Technology.

He was tested positive for Corona on 25 January 2021. Since then he went into quarantine and locked himself in the room where he stays. His friends those who were in close contact with him were tested and they all got negative results. Sadly, he did not wake up from his sleep yesterday. And the real cause of his death is still unknown.

His workplace colleague says, “He was one of the smartest people I’ve ever met. I’m sure, due to his love to education and self-education, precisely. His words would always feel healing. He would know what to say to make oneself feel stronger and more motivated. He was loving! This love and care would be always in his actions and words to others”.

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