Mangaluru: Intelligence officer dies of cardiac arrest while on duty

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)

Mangaluru, Sep 16: The personnel of the intelligence department died of cardiac arrest while on duty in the Urwa intelligence department office in the city on Saturday September 16.

The deceased is identified as Rajesh B U (45), a resident of Urwa Marigudi.

Rajesh developed chest pain while on duty on Saturday afternoon. He went to the restroom, but collapsed.

Rajesh was from the 1993 batch and had seven years of service left. He had also worked as staff at Suratkal and Panambur police stations.





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  • Kumar Rai, Hosabettu

    Sat, Sep 16 2023

    Very sad to hear. RIP

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Sep 16 2023

    very sad.Had not no time to even call a doctor or tell someone.Please take care of your health.Go for check up regularly even you dont feel sick after a certain age.death comes very silent without informing.Every sudden death we shouldnt blame on vaccine .care is important.Heartfelt sympathy to family.May his soul rest in peace.

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  • mohammed abdul bashith, ULLAL

    Sat, Sep 16 2023

    nowadays so many youngsters were effected with cardiac arrest due to the vaccine whoom have taken it. kindly please take careness about the health.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai -Mangalore

    Sat, Sep 16 2023

    Another sudden death with no window period for resuscitation; this has become a daily phenomenon after introduction of the.........

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