Pregnant Woman Passes Away in Examination Hall Just Before TS TET Test:
A tragic incident occurred at an examination center in Isnapur, Patancheru, where an eight-month pregnant woman named Bantu Radhika passed away just moments before she was scheduled to take her TS Teacher Eligibility Test (TS TET) on a Friday morning.
Radhika Bantu, aged 32 and a resident of Indranagar in Gachibowli, leaves behind her husband, Arun, and their two young daughters, aged four and two.
Reportedly, Radhika rushed up the stairs to reach her examination room on time as the test was set to commence at 9:30 am. However, shortly after taking her seat, witnesses noted that she started sweating excessively.
Tragically, moments later, Radhika collapsed in her chair. Invigilators and fellow candidates swiftly called for assistance, and Radhika’s husband, Arun, was promptly notified about the dire situation. In response, officials arranged for an ambulance, but given the urgency, a police constable stationed at the center generously offered his vehicle to rush Radhika to a hospital.
Despite the earnest efforts of medical professionals, Dr. Priyadarshini at the Tanguturi Anjaiah Memorial Hospital in Patancheru sadly reported that it was too late. “She Lost Her Life En Route to the Hospital, Having No Pulse or Response to Treatment,” Says Doctor
Arun, Radhika’s husband, recounted the sequence of events, expressing, “She was fine and healthy. She was preparing for her exam, had her breakfast, and headed to the center. She was concerned that she might arrive even a minute late.”