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SOG Personnel Dies of Cardiac Arrest in North Kashmir

Srinagar, June 08 (WD): A Special Operations Group (SOG) personnel of the Jammu and Kashmir Police tragically passed away due to cardiac arrest in North Kashmir’s Baramulla district on Saturday evening.

According to a police officer who spoke to the Srinagar-based news agency Wattan Daily, the incident occurred when the SOG personnel, identified as Ab Rasheed from Delina, Baramulla, suffered a sudden cardiac arrest.

The news of Ab Rasheed’s untimely demise has sent shockwaves through the local police community and his hometown, where he was known for his dedication and service. Colleagues and friends have expressed their condolences and shared their grief over the loss.

Further proceedings and formalities regarding this unfortunate incident have been initiated by the concerned authorities. The police are ensuring that all necessary protocols are followed in light of this unexpected event.

Ab Rasheed was a valued member of the SOG team in Baramulla, known for his commitment to maintaining peace and security in the region. His contribution to the force has been significant, and his absence will be deeply felt by his colleagues and the community he served.

The Jammu and Kashmir Police have expressed their sorrow and extended their deepest sympathies to the family of the deceased. They have assured that the department will provide all possible support to the bereaved family during this difficult time.

The cause of the cardiac arrest has not been detailed, but such incidents highlight the strenuous and often stressful nature of the duties performed by SOG personnel. This event underscores the need for regular health check-ups and stress management strategies for those in high-pressure roles.

In conclusion, the loss of Ab Rasheed is a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made by law enforcement officers. His dedication to duty will be remembered, and his contributions to the security of Baramulla will not be forgotten.

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