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Retired Inspector of West Bengal, who came to Agra to see the Taj Mahal, suffered a heart attack while visiting the Taj Mahal. Suddenly seeing the deteriorating health of the tourist, there was an atmosphere of panic. The doctors declared him brought dead when the CISF personnel took him for treatment. On the information of the Archaeological Department, the police sent the body for Panchnama and informed the family members.
He was identified by the Icard found with the deceased tourist.
According to the information, Durgapada Kundu, a resident of West Bengal, was retired from the West Bengal Police on the post of Inspector. While visiting the Taj Mahal on Sunday, he suffered a heart attack and he collapsed there. Seeing the deteriorating health of the tourist, there was a crowd there.
On being informed, the ASI and CISF staff picked him up and immediately took him for treatment, but the doctors declared him brought dead. After the information, the police station Tajganj has sent the body for post-mortem after filling the Panchnama and informed the relatives of the deceased.
weather troubled tourists
As Sunday was a holiday, there was a huge crowd of tourists at the Taj Mahal. According to the Department of Archeology, more than 15 thousand tourists visited the Taj Mahal on Sunday. The scorching heat till three o’clock in the afternoon and then the heavy humidity after the rain and rain has worsened the health of many tourists.