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Indian CRPF Soldier Dies of Suspected Cardiac Arrest in Kupwara


Srinagar, An Indian paramilitary soldier from the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) died of a suspected cardiac arrest while on duty in the Kupwara district of occupied Jammu and Kashmir.



According to Kashmir Media Service, the CRPF soldier, identified as Muneer Ahmad, was stationed in the Handwara area of the district. An Indian official stated that the soldier fell unconscious during duty hours and was later declared dead. The cause of death is believed to be cardiac arrest.



The incident underscores the challenging conditions faced by security personnel stationed in the region and the health risks associated with their duties. Further details regarding the circumstances surrounding the soldier’s death are pending.



The loss of a CRPF soldier during duty highlights the need for enhanced health monitoring and support for security personnel operating in high-stress environments.