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On Election Duty, BSF Official Dies of Heart Attack in North kashmir

On Election Duty, BSF Official Dies of Heart Attack in Baramulla

Srinagar, May 23: A head constable of the Border Security Force (BSF) stationed on election duty in the Kunzer area of North Kashmir’s Baramulla district passed away due to a heart attack on Wednesday late evening.

Reliable sources told the news agency Kashmir Scroll that the deceased head constable, identified as Brahandev Ram from 185 Bn BSF B-Coy, was on duty at the Higher Secondary School Kunzar in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district when he suffered a heart attack.

The incident occurred while Brahandev Ram was fulfilling his election duty responsibilities, ensuring the security and smooth conduct of the electoral process. Colleagues at the scene immediately recognized the severity of the situation and provided initial medical assistance.

Following the initial medical aid, Brahandev Ram was swiftly transported to a nearby hospital for further treatment. The local medical team quickly assessed his condition and decided to refer him to JVC Srinagar for specialized care.

Despite the rapid response and efforts to save his life, the doctors at JVC Srinagar declared him brought dead upon arrival. The news of his passing has deeply affected his colleagues and the local community.

The BSF has initiated a further investigation into the circumstances surrounding his death. This investigation aims to ensure that all protocols were followed and to understand any underlying health conditions that may have contributed to the heart attack.

Brahandev Ram’s death is a significant loss to the BSF, an organization dedicated to safeguarding the nation’s borders and maintaining internal security. His dedication to duty, even under challenging conditions, is a testament to his commitment and service.

The BSF and local authorities are expected to provide full support to his family during this difficult time. His sacrifice while on duty highlights the demanding nature of the roles undertaken by security forces personnel in maintaining peace and order during critical times such as elections.

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