Reserve Police Inspector of Bhopal suffers cardiac arrest playing cricket

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Reserve Police Inspector of Bhopal suffers cardiac arrest playing cricket

Monday, 30 January 2023 | Staff Reporter | BHOPAL

The Reserve Inspector of City police suffered cardiac arrest while playing cricket, officers gave CPR and rushed to hospital, his condition is stable.

Deepak Patil, Reserve Inspector of Bhopal Police, suffered a heart attack while playing cricket. Fellow policemen playing together gave CPR and got them admitted to the nearby National Hospital. His condition is out of danger.

It was told that RI Deepak Patil was playing cricket at the Old Campion Ground on Sunday morning when he had a cardiac arrest. The policemen playing together immediately gave CPR on the field itself. After this, he was taken to the hospital. As soon as the information was received, Police Commissioner Makrand Deuskar and other police officers reached the hospital. Deepak's age is 45 years. His height is about 5 feet 10 inches. Currently weighs 78 kg.

Due to overeating and a sedentary lifestyle, Deepak Patil's weight had increased to 109 kg. He was very fond of eating.

 Being fond of sweet and salty food, he used to eat a lot of calories. In such a situation, his weight gradually increased to 109 kg. In August 2021, he got the doctor checked.

The doctor gave a workout plan to lose weight. By following it, he lost 31 kgs in a year. He skips a day and goes to the gym. Exercise for 30 minutes. Apart from this, walk daily in the morning.

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