Udupi: Man dies of heart attack while dancing at function

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JS/EP)

Udupi, June 22: A person died of heart attack at Ambagilu here while he was dancing in a Mehendi function.

The deceased identified as Ganapathi Acharya (56) was participating in the Mehendi programme in his neighbourhood on June 21 night.

While he was dancing he suddenly collapsed. He was rushed to Manipal hospital but the doctor declared him brought died.

Ganapathi Acharya was a goldsmith and a pigmy collector.






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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 22 2022

    RIP. Following sudden death data maintained by Sudden Deaths India telegram channel post vaccination (apart from 15193 post vaccination deaths maintained by Telegram Channel - Vaccine death reports - India). January around 80, February 96, March 78, April 108, May 133, new year average 100! till date 720. These are in the news and not in the news much more ? //// Electro Magnetic 'SPIKE' generating graphene oxide in the vaccines, in the name of mimicking virus or for creating antibodies for it, is the culprit ? Spikes generating or spikes for creating holes in the human arteries to generate clots, are these communist vaccines? for their communist chinese virus ? Worldwide athletes, sportmen and some others dying for the same reason ? Depopulation for better world control is the communist chinese policy?

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  • Rita, Germany

    Fri, Jun 24 2022

    Daniel mangalore ,you are immediately giving cause to vaccination without proof here .Look his age middle aged,Did he go for a check up before ?How healthy he was ?This heat summer also makes one lot of problems so one should take rest.Dancing after food too must have been too much..Previously also he was tired.?Noone checked his pressure before.One important thing I mention always,when someone collapses,immediately they rush to hospitals did he get any heartmassage on the spot?First aid was given?I am sure no.These few seconds minutes make big difference.just give some heart massage ,mouth to mouth breathing ,that blood rushes to brain and heart starts beating,then take to hospital.May his soul rest in peace.Heartfelt sympathy to the family.

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Wed, Jun 22 2022

    In recent times many young and middle aged healthy people have died after taking the series of jabs due to sudden blood clot formation!

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Wed, Jun 22 2022

    Very sad...May the departed soul of Mr. Acharya rest in peace......

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Wed, Jun 22 2022

    I wonder if his wife saw him Dancing ...

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Wed, Jun 22 2022


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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Wed, Jun 22 2022

    Need to be little sensible while commenting on some ones sudden death.

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  • Mohammed ansar, UDYAVARA

    Wed, Jun 22 2022

    Agree with Pravin. When commenting use your brain.

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  • Umesh Rai, Puttur

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    Don't think his comment as wrong, what he said is if his wife noticed any unusual things while he was dancing, she could have alert for an emergency help. This is what I understood from his comments. Of course it is very sad and Om Shanti.

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  • Cynthia, Dk

    Thu, Jun 23 2022

    Yeah true....😅😅😅😅

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