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In a heartbreaking incident, a 25-year-old man, Abhishek Ahluwali, succumbed to a heart attack during his visit to Delhi Zoo, leading to a chain of tragedies that unfolded within 24 hours. His grief-stricken wife, Anjali, unable to cope with the shock of her husband’s sudden demise, tragically took her own life by jumping from the seventh floor of their residence.

Abhishek and Anjali, who had recently married on November 30, decided to spend their day at Delhi Zoo on Monday. During their visit, Abhishek complained of chest pain, prompting Anjali to seek help from his friends. 

Abhishek was initially taken to Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital and later referred to Safdarjung Hospital. Unfortunately, doctors declared him dead, attributing the cause to a heart attack. The news devastated the couple’s family and friends.

Upon the arrival of Abhishek’s body at their residence in Ahlcon Apartments, Ghaziabad, Anjali, overwhelmed by grief, rushed to the seventh-floor balcony and jumped. Sustaining serious injuries, she was immediately rushed to Max Hospital in Vaishali. Tragically, Anjali passed away in the early hours of the next day.

Family members recounted the heart-wrenching scene, revealing that after Abhishek’s body was brought home, Anjali sat next to it, grieving. Suddenly, unable to bear the shock, she ran towards the balcony and jumped before anyone could intervene.

Relatives shared details of Abhishek’s journey to the hospital, where he was first taken to Guru Teg Bahadur Hospital and then referred to Safdarjung Hospital. Despite efforts by medical professionals, they were unable to save him.

This tragic incident sheds light on the concerning trend of young adults succumbing to heart attacks. 

From Garba events to marriage processions to gyms, several incidents of young adults collapsing and then dying of heart attacks have been reported over the past couple of years.

The distressing pattern of sudden heart-related fatalities among young individuals continues to be a cause for alarm, prompting increased awareness.

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