Udupi: An Ayyappa devotee died in Sabarimala, kerala after suffering cardiac arrest on Sunday, January 16. The deceased has been identified as Suresh Bangera (52), from Udyavara, Udupi district, a native of Sampigenagar in Udyavara and is an auto-rickshaw driver.
Suresh Bangera was among a group of roughly 32 Ayyappa devotees who left for Sabarimala on January 14 after performing puja at a temple in Udyavar. It is said that he has previously made 28 journeys to Sabarimala.Bangera experienced cardiac arrest while hiking the Ganesha peak at Sabarimala.
He was hurried to a local health clinic and then transferred to the Pallathettu government hospital, where he died. His mortal remains will be carried to Udyavara on Monday, January 17.
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