An endurance run, causing dozens of soldiers to faint, one person died… On August 21, local time, a reconnaissance unit physical training session was held at the Mamun military camp in Patankot, Punjab province, India, the Indian Express reported. However, during the endurance run, 34 soldiers fainted from heat stroke due to high temperatures and wet weather, one of whom died and four were in critical condition.
The Indian Express newspaper quoted Indian military sources as saying that the morning organized reconnaissance troops to play the game. Reported that the endurance race was conducted to 72 hours, and the full load of 10 km endurance running time was late, at about 9 am. The weather was not good at the time. A senior army officer said one person was killed in bad weather. Other soldiers affected by the weather are being treated in hospital.