Election officer dies of coronary heart assault whereas on obligation at Babarpur in North-East Delhi

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Election officer Udham Singh, who was posted at a polling station at Babarpur Primary School in North East Delhi, died of a coronary heart assault.

Confirming the information of the demise, Delhi Chief Electoral Officer Ranbir Singh stated, "Yes, one of our polling officers, Udham Singh No.3 passed away this morning." This polling station is positioned in Babarpur Legislative Area. According to the election official, Udham Singh died after a cardiac arrest.

Had complained of chest ache

A polling officer stated that trainer Udham Singh was posted for election obligation at an MCD major college in Babarpur meeting constituency and complained of chest ache and discomfort within the morning. <! –

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                 Around 6.30 pm, he was rushed to GTB Hospital the place he was declared introduced useless. "However, the real cause of his death will be ascertained by the doctors. His body has been sent for examination," the official stated.

Results will come on 11

Voting for the 70-member meeting of Delhi is occurring in Delhi, the place the ruling AAP, BJP and Congress are in direct combat towards one another. The counting of votes will happen on 11 February.

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