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Police Officer Dies After Falling Unconscious in Srinagar

Srinagar, May 31: A cop stationed at PCR Srinagar passed away after he suddenly fell unconscious on Thursday late night.

An official told Srinagar based news agency Wattan Daily that Head Constable Amrik Singh, son of Jaswant Singh, a resident of Jarda Nandpor Samba, who was posted at the Armed Police Control Room Kashmir, lost consciousness and was promptly taken to the Police Hospital Srinagar for treatment.

He was later referred to SMHS Hospital Srinagar for further medical care, where he was sadly pronounced dead by doctors.

The deceased officer’s sudden collapse has come as a shock to his colleagues and family members. The circumstances surrounding his loss of consciousness remain unclear, prompting a thorough medical examination.

Currently, the deceased’s body is at the mortuary of the Police Hospital Srinagar. Authorities are conducting medico-legal formalities to ascertain the exact cause of death.

Police officials have initiated proceedings under section 174 Cr.PC, which pertains to the investigation of cases involving unnatural deaths. This process is essential to determine if there was any foul play or underlying medical conditions that contributed to the incident.

The passing of Head Constable Amrik Singh has left a void in the Armed Police Control Room Kashmir, where he served diligently. His commitment and dedication to duty have been acknowledged by his peers and superiors.

Further details regarding the funeral arrangements and any official honors to be accorded to the deceased officer are awaited. The police force extends its condolences to the family of Head Constable Amrik Singh during this difficult time.

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