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Karkala: Head constable suffers cardiac arrest in bus, passes away


Umesh Marpalli

Daijiworld Media Network - Karkala (SP)

Karkala, Apr 21: Narasimha Bhandarkar (55), working as head constable in Hiriyadka police station in the taluk, breathed his last due to cardiac arrest on the night of Thursday, April 20.

After duty hours on Thursday, Bhandarkar, a resident of the town, was returning home by a bus at around 9.30 pm. He suddenly complained of severe chest pain. Arrangements were immediately made to take him to a private hospital here. After providing initial treatment, he was referred to Kasturba Medical College Hospital at Manipal. However, the doctors there declared him brought dead, it is gathered.

Narasimha Bhandarkar had earlier served in various police stations including Ajekar and Kundapur. He is survived by wife, a son, and a daughter. His daughter is married, and the son is a final year engineering degree course student, it is learnt.

His funeral will take place at 11 am today at Chandu Maidan, where district armed forces office is located.

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  • Rita, Germany

    Sat, Apr 22 2017

    Sad.May his soul rest in peace.Heartfelt sympathy to the family. I think in India still many heartattack patients are not getting proper treatment in time .I mean when one gets heartattack on the way ,he will be immediately made arrangements to transfer to a hospital.But not given on spot required heart massage first ,or call a doctor to give treatment first and then trasfer.Because transfer him causes a lot of time till he reaches hospital ,first admit ,examin ,etc.causes,waste time ,Meantime the needed oxygen supply to brain or heart will make irrepairable problem .Second then they transfer a patient to another place,during transfer ,again heart suffers,Never transfer a patient with heartattack when acute stage.unless a ambulence with oxygen and doctor is present.Many of our hospitals in citys are not equipped with (In villages too)such emergencies treatment.why cant health minister think of it?People should be taught to give a emergency heart massage suppose one gets heartattack.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mum/Man

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    Many people overstressed at work, due to the intense heat wave conditions, fall prey to sudden heat stroke or heart attack!

    RIP!!

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  • Pratap Rao, Bangalore

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    It is sad that the head constable died serving a secular state. Citizens have to pay a tribute to police personnel. They do a great service. The police are better off in the Congress regime than in the BJP rule. Congress though has its own interests they do not make use of police for communal purposes. It is only the BJP that has made use of police to protect hooligans who attack those validly transport cows, boys and girls who converse, churches and mosques. The police become a tool to further the hateful and violent ideology of the Sangh Parivar.

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  • Devkumar, Mangalore/New Delhi

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    please for godsake request don't bring politics in between death...at least.
    if you still not understand read pinto daddu's comment.
    kahan kahanse aathe hai samjah mein nahi aathe ..try to unite society.

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    Bhandu Maam, rest in peace.....

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  • RAMPA, MOON

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    RIP, GIVE THEIR FAMILY AND HIS POLICE COLLEGUES STRENGTH

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  • Naveen, Mangalore

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    May His Soul rest in peace..

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  • ISMAIL K PERINJE, PERINJE

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    very sad REST IN PEACE .May god give strength to family to overcome the grief.

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  • Devkumar, Mangalore/New Delhi

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    police personnels are in brink of afraidness after assault in ASI Lingappa.
    when will kauff turn to happiness one wants to wait n watch..
    wants to unite and pool our vote to bjp to win as done in U.P to have prosperity in state for long run.
    what happened is not good..may be he depended more on red meat.

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  • PINTO, Qatar

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    If you want to vote for BJP then do so..we have no problem. But please don't bring in politics in somebody's death.

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  • Devkumar, Mangalore/New Delhi

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    pinto thukh gothu aasa...reason behind death.
    there are many reasons behind. even attack on ASI Lingappa..people especially police afraid to do patrolling alone. who will take responsibilty if things go beyond limit. cannot able to measure all things from one angle.

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  • Evans Christopher Sumitra, Udupi/ New York, USA.

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    You are absolutely right. Politics has nothing to do with this death of Head constable Narasimha Bhandarkar. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Sympathies to his wife, children, and loved ones.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Apr 21 2017

    RIP Sir ...

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