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YouTuber Devraj Patel, Popular For ‘Dil Se Bura Lagta Hai’ Meme, Dies In Road Accident

YouTube Devraj Patel passed away at the age of 22 following a bike accident in Ranchi.

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Devraj Patel passed away in a bike accident. (Image: ANI)

POPULAR YouTuber Devraj Patel, who became a sensation on social media for his channel ‘Dil Se Bura Lagta Hai’, died after suffering a fall from a motorcycle on Monday. According to reports, the YouTuber was killed after his motorcycle brushed against a truck in Chhattisgarh’s capital Raipur on Monday. He was 22.

The accident took place at around 3:30 PM, when Devraj was riding pillion. He was returning from Nava Raipur after filming a video. Notably, his YouTube channel has more than 4 lakh subscribers and over 8.80 crore views. 

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel expressed grief over the incident. The CM posted a video clip of the late YouTuber and wrote, “Devraj Patel, who made his place among crores of people with “Dil Se Bura Lagta Hai”, who made us all laugh, left us today. The loss of amazing talent at this young age is very sad. May God give strength to his family and loved ones to bear this loss. Om Shanti.”

According to a report in PTI, the accident occurred near Labhandi area under Telibandha police station limits when the handle of the motorcycle hit the truck which was going in the same direction. Devraj was riding pillion and came under the rear wheel of the heavy vehicle.

“Bike rider Rakesh Manhar, who escaped unhurt in the accident, called up an ambulance following which Patel was shifted to a hospital where he was declared dead. Devraj, a resident of the state’s Mahasamund district, was staying in a rented house in Raipur,” the report in PTI cited a poilce office as saying. 

Devraj also worked with famous YouTuber Bhuvan Bam in the comedy web series Dhindora

In 2021, he shot for a video with CM Baghel at the latter’s official residence in which he said, “Only two persons are famous in Chhattisgarh. I and our ‘kaka’ (Baghel is popularly called kaka which means uncle)”. 

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