Shankarapura: Heart attack while riding the bike; headmaster dies


Team Udayavani, Mar 15, 2019, 2:16 AM IST

Shirva: In a tragic incident that took place at Salmara near Shankarapura, a headmaster who was riding his bike and heading towards Udupi suddenly suffered a massive heart attack and died on Thursday afternoon. The deceased is identified as Choma Naika (46), headmaster of Bantakallu Sri Durgaparameshwari Hr. Pr. School.

On the fateul day areounf 1:30 pm in the afternoon, Mr Naika was on his way on duty to Udupi region Education Officer’s office. As he reached Baroda Bank near Salmara in Shankarapura, he felt intense chest pains. Therefore he immediately stopped his two wheeler and screamed in pain. He then vomited. The concerned locals inquired of his condition, but by the time they brought him to Shirva Primary Health Centre in an ambulance, he had breathed his last.

From Kasaragod

Mr Naika was originally from Katukukke Kuriyatadka of Kasaragod village and was residing at a rented house near Jantra in Belman. He is survived by his wife who is a honourary teacher, a son and a daughter, both studying in 2nd STD. The deceased was giving his service at Bantakallu School since 8 years and had become its headmaster since 4 years. He was earlier working as a teacher at Patla school near Pernankila and was transferred to Bantakallu school as additional teacher.

Udupi region Education Officer Manjula, ZP member Wilson Rodrigues, TP member Geeta Vagle, school administration council president Manjunath Nayak, Convener Shashidhar Vagle, GP member K R Patkar, retired headmaster N Radhakrishna Prabhu and the school’s teachers association visited the Shirva community centre and paid their respects to the deceased.

Shirva polic have registered a case regarding unnatural death.

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