ing for Ujjain: Saluting the Memory of Sagarat Budalan

The 17-year-old son of the priest of the Mahakal temple suffered a heart attack, Rangpanchmila Ujjain mourns Sagarat Budalan..

Ujjain, the holy city in Madhya Pradesh, is in grief following the sudden death of 17-year-old Mulacha, a priest of the Mahakaleshwar temple. Mulacha was expected to take part in the joyous Sunday festival of Rangpanchami but he succumbed to a silent attack instead. It is reported that Mayank Asan, or Mulachan Nao, as Mayank was commonly known, had complained about his health since the morning.

Mulachan’s family had been eagerly anticipating his performance of swordsmanship that day, a ritual associated with the festival, but his health took a turn for the worse and he returned home. He was then rushed to the hospital where he passed away during treatment. The doctor suspects this to have been a case of silent attack.

The unfortunate incident has sent shockwaves across the city, with many residents of Ujjain mourning the young priest’s death. Mulachan’s mother Mangesh Guru, who works as the assistant priest of the Mahakal temple, is in great distress due to her son’s untimely demise.

The 16-year-old Tarunila from Baramati in Maharashtra experienced a similar fate as Mulachan. On the day of the Rangpanchami festival, Tarunila was happily playing with her friends when she suddenly received a heart attack. She was taken to the hospital soon after, but it was too late and she breathed her last that same Monday. Tarunila’s death has cast a pall of gloom over her entire family.

These silent attacks have become a cause of worry across the country, and it is crucial that steps be taken to find the efficient ways to prevent and treat them. Unfortunately, Mulachan and Tarunila have become yet another unfortunate statistic in cases of silent attack-related deaths.

These recent incidents remind us of the preciousness and fragility of life and how quickly life can be taken away. We should take all possible precautionary measures to ensure that no more young lives are lost to such tragic incidents, and that those affected are able to receive proper medical assistance and treatment in time. May their souls rest in peace.

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