Tragic: Indore man dies during patriotic performance; Reason will SHOCK you | Video

The atmosphere was celebratory, with the crowd applauding his spirited performance.

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Bhaskar Chakravorty
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During a performance of "Maa Tujhe Salaam" at a yoga center in Indore, retired army man Balwinder Singh Chhabra passed away on Friday morning.The man was enthusiastically waving the Indian flag as part of his performance in front of a packed room. The atmosphere was celebratory, with the crowd applauding his spirited performance. However, the event took a sudden turn when the man climbed the stage and began to exhibit signs of dizziness. This caused concern among the onlookers, and as he fell, the organizers quickly removed the flag from his hands. 

Too late to save him

The incident happened at a free yoga camp, organized by Aastha Yoga Kranti Abhiyan at Agrasen Dham in Futi Kothi, aimed at engaging the youth with yoga. Initially, some in the audience may have mistaken the man's actions as part of the performance, but it soon became apparent that something was seriously wrong.

It was then that the man began to experience a seizure, prompting those nearby to rush to his aid. Despite their efforts, the man tragically passed away due to a heart attack. Chhabra was taken to the hospital, where he was declared dead. His family donated his eyes, skin, and other organs before his last rites.The exact cause of these sudden cardiac arrests remains unclear.

The video capturing the distressing incident was later uploaded to the social media platform 'X' by a user named Krishna Kumar Jha. The video serves as a reminder of the unpredictability of life and the importance of being vigilant and responsive in times of crisis.

What to do in such situations 

During a heart attack, swift action is essential for survival. First, call emergency services and keep the person calm and comfortable. If available, give them aspirin and nitroglycerin, but only if it’s prescribed to them. While waiting for emergency responders, closely monitor the person's condition. If they lose consciousness and stop breathing, immediately begin CPR. Perform chest compressions at a rate of 100–120 per minute, and if you are trained, give rescue breaths after every 30 compressions. Using an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), if available, can also be crucial. Promptly administering CPR can significantly improve the chances of survival, highlighting the importance of being prepared and knowledgeable about these life-saving techniques.