Men Die While Playing Garba in Mumbai & Gujarat

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All over India people are enjoying Navratri. There are Garba and Navratri programmes everywhere! Surprising many people have died in these programmes! Shocking right! In Mumbai’s Virar, Manish Jain, 35, was participating in a Garba dance when he started feeling uneasy. A few minutes later he started vomiting, after which his father, Narpat, decided to take him to the hospital. “Narpat helped Manish into an autorickshaw and took him to Sanjivani Hospital in Virar. However, as they alighted from the rickshaw outside the hospital, Manish collapsed on the road,” said senior police inspector Raju Mane, Arnala police station. He said that Narpat, on seeing that Manish wasn’t moving anymore, collapsed as well. Both were declared dead at the hospital. In another similar incident, a 21-year-old man died after collapsing while dancing to Garba. The incident took place in Gujarat’s Anand district recently. As per the reports, Virendra died on the way to the hospital. The doctors suspect the case to be a heart attack.

A 27 year old man from Dombivali man fell down after experiencing chest pain while playing garba. He was admitted to a nearby hospital, where the doctor declared him dead. In India the number of heart attacks have increased a lot. Due to stress, bad eating habits, bad lifestyle, etc. Now you can get fit and live a healthy life. For information on health in ISL, watch this video of Satvic Movement which has been signed by our interpreter! Click here for all the videos -