Fan Shares Video Of Spraying Fire Extinguisher At Nazrul Manch That Might Have Suffocated KK

by Suchismita Pal
Fan Shares Video Of Spraying Fire Extinguisher At Nazrul Manch That Might Have Suffocated KK

We all are heartbroken by the untimely demise of KK. Many people are saying that the AC at Nazrul Manch wasn’t working which led to the sickness of the singer. Nazrul Manch was the place where KK was performing last a few hours before his death. Fans also said that the auditorium was highly overcrowded and that the crowd was almost three times the usual capacity. He was already feeling uneasy amid his performance. Nazrul Manch is located at Bishop Lefroy Rd and from there KK was taken to his hotel at Esplanade. KK collapsed at the hotel and then he was rushed to the CMRI hospital, around 20 minutes away from his hotel. At the hospital, the singer was declared dead.

Viral Video States That Spraying Fire Extinguisher At Nazrul Manch Suffocated KK

Videos of KK sweating profusely at the concert have surfaced and fans are already infuriated with the authorities, citing the AC issue as sheer negligence. Now a video is doing rounds on the internet showing the spraying of fire extinguisher at the auditorium premises. The caption of the video states, “Spraying fire extinguisher in an overcrowded place can cause Histotoxic Hypoxia, which can also result in suffocation and death to alot of people. If this was sprayed inside the auditorium it definitely had created suffocation to KK. This is just ridiculous behaviour No management, No security.”

Nazrul Manch Is One Of The Most Popular Auditoriums In Kolkata

Nazrul Manch is one of the most popular auditoriums in Kolkata. The Gurudas College fest was taking place there where KK had his last performance. West Bengal Police gave a gun salute to KK in presence of CM Mamata Banerjee and KK’s family to pay the last respects.


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Whatever might have caused his demise, KK left us too soon leaving a void in our hearts.