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Presiding officer in Rajasthan tragically dies from heart attack during election training

A government school lecturer named Chhetarmal Kumawat passed away due to a heart attack in Ajmer district, Rajasthan, while undergoing training as a presiding officer for the upcoming LS elections on Tuesday. Kumawat, a dedicated employee, was having tea during the training when the unfortunate incident occurred. He was declared dead upon reaching the hospital.

State Education Minister Madan Dilawar expressed his condolences for Kumawat, praising his dedication and hard work. He described Kumawat as a dutiful employee who worked with complete honesty, stating that his sudden demise was a loss for the entire Education Department. Dilawar also assured Kumawat’s family of all possible help during this difficult time.

The sudden death of Chhetarmal Kumawat, a government school lecturer deputed as a presiding officer for the LS elections training, has left the Education Department in shock. The incident occurred in Ajmer district, Rajasthan, highlighting the importance of ensuring the well-being and health of all individuals involved in election-related activities. Our thoughts are with Kumawat’s family and loved ones during this tragic time.


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