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Another student losses life via Heart Attack while playing Kabaddi

Mar 10, 2023

A first year student of Bachelor of Pharmacy in Balaji College of Pharmacy, Anantapur died due to a heart attack. He was playing while the tragic incident happened. In the last year or so, two cases like this have emerged. During the monsoon season last year, a student in Tamil Nadu was playing the same sport died due to a heart attack. 

During the game, he was tackled and lost his life immediately. A few months back, another incident like this surfaced in Mumbai. He was also a college student. Meanwhile, a fresh case has emerged on Anantapura, Andhra Pradesh. The victim  Tanuj Kumar Naik, 18, hailing from Madakasira in Sri Sathya Sai District. He had enrolled in the college two months ago and was playing kabaddi along with his classmates. 

“Even as the game was in progress, the boy collapsed to the ground and we immediately checked the pulse, it was weak,” said the Administrative Officer Sreedhar, who was standing there.

Tanuj was immediately shifted him to a hospital nearby, but the doctors there advised them to take him to Bengaluru. He was taken with ventilator support as he was unable to breath properly. Tanuj’s brother told the college authorities that he had not taken the COVID-19 vaccine. 

The boy was in coma for two days and died on Tuesday and the cause of death was declared as cardiac arrest. The college staff and students financially helped the parents for his treatment.

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