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Former Mumbai Bowler Rajesh Verma dead at 40 from a heart attack

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Former Mumbai Bowler Rajesh Verma dead at 40 from a heart attack

The cricket world is in shock again as another cricketer has succumbed to a heart attack at just 40.

Former Mumbai right-arm medium pace bowler Rajesh Verma has passed away on Sunday at just 40 following a heart attack. The news of Verma’s passing was confirmed by his former Mumbai team-mate, Bhavin Thakkar.

Verma was a key member of Mumbai’s Ranji Trophy-winning team from 2006-2007.

Former Cricketer Jatin Paranjape had this to say about the sudden death of Verma.

It’s terrible news. He was a fantastic bowler. He was an in-swing bowler, who had this gift that his ball would straighten after pitching. He benefitted a lot by bowling with fellow pacer Swapneel Hazare-both of them played for CCI and BPCL.”

“I remember the day his father-who used to sell Vada Pav at a school in Wadala, got him to me, and said: ‘He’s a good bowler, but he’s not getting a chance to play anywhere.’

“He used to play for Matunga Gymkhana in ‘F’ Division, from where I took him to play for CCI in the A Division. He troubled all the batsmen there, and we won five titles that year under my captaincy,” former India batsman Jatin Paranjape said.

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  1. I am a 60 plus retired nurse.Never has there been an epidemic of Myocardial Infarctions in relatively young people.Suprising also the total downplaying of Myocarditis.People are being told they have a little touch of Myocarditis, no damage will result.Yeah right.50% of Myocarditis cases have a mortality by 5 years.A percentage of the survivors will need Heart Transplantation in the future.I know it is the Rna spike protein experimental so called vaccines causing this and many more serious side effects.Most people trust what they have been spun.Unfortunately for them they have been sold a big fat lie.

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