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MP: A woman came to hear the story of Dhirendra Shastri, her health deteriorated in the pandal, she died.

Nita Yadav

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A 5-day Hanumant Katha of Pithadhiswara Dhirendra Krishna Shastri of Bageshwar Dham is going on in Nawal village of Narsinghpur, Madhya Pradesh. Meanwhile, the health of a 70-year-old woman who came to hear the story on Friday suddenly deteriorated. The woman was immediately rushed to the district hospital, where doctors declared her brought dead.

It is suspected that the woman’s death was due to extreme heat. People are also raising questions on the working style of the hospital administration. The body was handed over to the family without postmortem. People said that if the post-mortem was done, the real cause of death would have been known.

A woman from Vipatpura village came to hear the story

70-year-old Sushila Bai Vishwakarma of Vipatpura village in Narsinghpur along with some village women and family members reached Nawal village on Friday afternoon to listen to Dhirendra Krishna Shastri’s Hanuman Katha. The pandal was so crowded that there was no room to even stand. Meanwhile the woman somehow sat inside the pandal. After some time the woman’s health deteriorated and soon she became unconscious. The security personnel took the woman to the temporary base camp hospital, where the attending doctor sent the woman in an ambulance to the district hospital.

Another woman who accompanied the old woman said that she came for darshan after hearing that Maharaj Ji of Bageshwar Dham was coming to Nawalgaon in the village. When we reached the court we found it very crowded and very hot in the pandal. Then Sushila’s health deteriorated.

The family said

Rupesh Vishwakarma, a family member of the deceased woman, said that her mother-in-law Sushila Bai lives alone in Vipatpura village. Son and daughter-in-law live in Gadarwara with their grandson. It is said that the administration had earlier said that the woman’s body would be handed over after the post-mortem, but the family members were called late in the evening and it was handed over without the post-mortem.

Narsinghpur SDM Manindra Singh says that the elderly woman died due to heat stroke. Postmortem of the woman will be done now. Chief Medical and Health Officer Dr Rakesh Bohre says that the woman’s health has deteriorated due to extreme heat.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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