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Tourist falls unconscious in Srinagar, dies

A tourist from Madhya Pradesh, identified as Morasing Parmar, has tragically passed away in Srinagar. The incident occurred on Friday night when Parmar suddenly fell unconscious while staying at a houseboat named Shah Jahan in the Srinagar district.

According to an official from News Agency Kashmir Scroll, Parmar was immediately shifted to SMHS Hospital in Srinagar for medical treatment. Unfortunately, upon arrival, doctors declared him brought dead, marking a tragic end to what was likely a leisure trip.

The local authorities promptly initiated the necessary medico-legal formalities following Parmar’s death. This process is essential in cases of sudden and unexplained deaths to determine the cause and ensure there are no suspicious circumstances surrounding the demise.

Once the formalities were completed, Parmar’s body was dispatched back to his native place in Madhya Pradesh. The transportation of his body ensures that his family can perform the last rites and hold a funeral according to their customs and traditions.

This incident underscores the unpredictability of life and the importance of timely medical intervention. It also highlights the responsibilities of local authorities and medical institutions in handling such unforeseen situations efficiently and compassionately.

Further proceedings and investigations are underway to gain more clarity on the circumstances leading to Parmar’s sudden collapse. This might include reviewing his medical history and understanding if there were any pre-existing conditions that could have contributed to this unfortunate incident.

The tourism department in Srinagar has expressed its condolences to Parmar’s family and assured them of full support during this difficult time. They have also reiterated the importance of health and safety measures for tourists visiting the region.

As the community mourns the loss of Morasing Parmar, this incident serves as a somber reminder of the need for vigilance and preparedness, both on the part of travelers and the local authorities, to handle medical emergencies promptly.

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