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Man suffers a heart attack while dancing on Holi, dies

A 30-year-old man died of a heart attack while dancing to DJ music in Laxmi Nagar Colony of Modinagar.

The deceased has been identified as Vineet Kumar, who worked as a photographer and was the sole breadwinner of his family.

According to sources, Kumar felt pain in his head and chest and fell to the ground after dancing for around ten minutes, during Holi celebrations in the colony on Wednesday.

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Others dancing there did not realize that Kumar had fallen down for quite some time. When seen, he was rushed to a local hospital where he was declared brought dead. Doctors said that Kumar had died due to a heart attack.

Earlier Rajasthan sources reported that An SHO posted at Bhabru police station in Jaipur Rural suffered a cardiac arrest while on duty and died at a hospital later.

Atar Singh’s colleagues said that the 54-year-old SHO was posted at the Bhabru police station around one-and-a-half years back.

He was completely fit and without any medical history. On March 2, he suddenly collapsed while making a roll call at the police station. He was rushed to SMS Hospital where he passed away on March 7.

His body reached his village on March 8. Singh was a native of Phusapur village in the Neemrana area of the Alwar district and is survived by a son and two daughters who are married.

Notably, on March 7, an Army officer from Jhunjhunu posted in Leh also succumbed to cardiac arrest. He also did not have any medical history and was fit.

 

 

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