The Tragic Cctv Footage of a Youth Who Collapsed and Died in Lakhimpur Kheri Mall While Watching Gadar 2!!
On Sunday, a young guy who had traveled to the Fun Mall in Lakhimpur Kheri in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh to watch the film ‘Gadar 2’ died of a heart attack. Akshat Tiwari, a young man from the Dwarkapura neighborhood, is known for his work as a drug dealer. He was walking into the mall while having a phone discussion when he suddenly dropped to the ground. The young man had passed dead before spectators could process what had happened.
Tragic occurrence captured on surveillance footage
The entire thing was caught on CCTV at the mall. The young male, clothed in dark clothing, can be seen approaching while conversing on the phone. He totters over as he makes his way toward the seats. Just as the mall’s security guard arrived, two other young men tried to lift him.
लखीमपुर खीरी के फन मॉल में फिल्म देखने गये 32 वर्षीय अक्षत तिवारी की हार्ट अटैक आने पर हुई मौत। महेवागंज में रजत मेडिकल स्टोर के नाम से दवाई की दुकान चलाते थे अक्षत तिवारी। सदर कोतवाली के फन मॉल की घटना। pic.twitter.com/6QkaJHVbXK
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The young man was making his way to a late-night performance.
Akshat Tiwari (35), a resident of Mohalla Dwarkapura who worked in the pharmaceutical industry, was killed in a car accident. He ran a medical supply store called Rajat Medical Store near the Mahewaganj police station. Akshat caught the ‘Gadar 2’ showing at the Fun Mall on Saturday night. The surveillance tape shows him walking into the mall at 7:45 p.m. and collapsing a few seconds later.
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A Postmortem Examining the Body
Meanwhile, a handful of witnesses rushed to report the incident to the shopping center’s administration. The young man was then rushed to the nearest medical facility. After doing diagnostic tests, the doctor concluded that Akshat was no longer alive.
When Akshat’s wife found out he had died, she rushed to the house to be with their children in their grief. Police in Kotwali have filed a First Information Report (FIR) and sent the body of a medical industry businessman found dead for an autopsy. Preliminary autopsy results point to a heart attack as the cause of death.