CRPF officer dies of heart attack in north Kashmir

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A Sub Inspector of paramilitary CRPF was brought dead to Sub District Hospital Kupwara after complaining about breathing problem at a camp in the north Kashmir district, officials said on Monday.

A police official told GNS that paramilitary forces informed concerned police that a Sub Inspector, Jai Naryan Singh, of 98 batallion complained difficulty in breathing during midnight and was taken to SDH Kupwara. However doctor’s declared him brought death on arrival, the official said. “Proceeding under 174 CrPC have been initiated,” the official added.

A senior doctor at the hospital told GNS while postmortem examination will reveal the real cause of the death, “our provisional diagnosis is that he died due to MI (myocardial infarction—heart attack).”

“We have taken viscera for histopathology examination. The samples have been sent and final postmortem report will reveal the real cause of death. Our preliminary diagnosis suggests MI,” the doctor added. (GNS)

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