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BSF Troops Evacuate Polling Officer suffering from cardiac arrest during the 4th Phase poll of the Lok Sabha election and save his precious Life

ByNE India Broadcast

May 13, 2024 #BSF

May 13, 2024, East Bardhman, West Bengal

In a remarkable display of valor and swift action, During the 4th phase of the Lok Sabha election at Bardhman-Durgapur constituency in West Bengal, the Border Security Force (BSF) troops deployed at polling booth 93 in Dist-East Bardhman under the stewardship of the 115 Battalion of South Bengal Frontier, exemplified their commitment to duty and humanity on May 13, 2024.

At approximately 0905 hrs, amidst the solemn duty of overseeing the polling process, Polling Officer No.-02, Mr. Narayan Chakraborty, aged approximately 55 years, suffered a severe cardiac arrest. Recognizing the urgency of the situation, the BSF Quick Response Team (QRT) and Tactical Headquarters (Tac Hq) QRT, accompanied by a Staff Officer, swiftly converged at the location.

With unwavering dedication and expertise, BSF troops administered crucial CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) to Mr. Narayan Chakraborty, stabilizing his condition. Utilizing the emergency medication readily available with BSF troops, including Tab Atrova 80 MG, Tab Aspirin 75 MG, and Clopidogrel 75 MG, vital assistance was provided to Mr. Chakraborty upon regaining consciousness.

Following initial stabilization, Mr. Chakraborty was promptly evacuated to CR Hospital Bhatar, PS-Bhatar, Dist-East Bardhman, with the collaborative efforts of BSF personnel and a civilian. Under the expert care of Dr. Sankha Deep Ghosh, necessary medical treatment was administered, leading to a stable condition for the patient.

The swift and decisive intervention of the BSF troops not only saved the precious life of Mr. Narayan Chakraborty but also garnered appreciation from fellow polling staff. Their acknowledgment underscores the indispensable role played by BSF in ensuring the safety and well-being of all individuals involved in the democratic process.

Despite the unforeseen circumstances, polling operations at booth no. 93 continue seamlessly.

A.K Arya, DIG, Public Relations Officer of South Bengal Frontier, said that this incident exemplifies the dedication of the BSF not only in maintaining the integrity of our electoral process but also in ensuring the safety and well-being of citizens in times of crisis.

Source: BSF
Report- Pratyusha Mukherjee

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