Shooting coach Monali Gorhe was recovering from Corona, but Black Fungus took her life


New Delhi: In India, due to the second wave of Coronavirus, the situation is quite bad. In the last 24 hours, more than 2 lakh people in the country were infected with the Corona virus, while more than 3 thousand people lost their lives due to this. Not only this, those who are recovering from this epidemic, now there is a danger of becoming a victim of Black Fungus.

Shooting coach dies

Shooting coach and technical officer Monali Gorhe, who has recovered from Kovid-19 infection, died on Thursday due to Black Fungus. She was 44 and is survived by her mother and a sister. His death is a big loss for the Indian shooting world.

Life lost due to black fungus

Monali was hospitalized after being infected with Kovid-19, but was discharged. He was again hospitalized for treatment after being struck by Black Fungus. Many people recovering from Corona virus infection are in the grip of black fungus. It is a fungal (fungal) infection that affects the nose, eyes and sometimes the brain.

Father died a few hours ago

Hours before Monali’s death, his father Manohar Gorhe also died due to Kovid-19 infection. Monali was the coach of the pistol core group. He also previously served as the national coach of the Sri Lankan shooting team. She set up a shooting coaching center called ‘Excel Shooting’ in Nashik, where she was training hundreds of students from Maharashtra.

The National Rifle Association of India (NRAI) mourned the death of Monali and his father. According to the statement issued from the NRAI, ‘With great sorrow we inform that Monali Gorhe, the pistol coach and skilled technical officer of the core group, died today due to black fungus infection. It is very sad that his father also died today. The shooting fraternity mourns his demise.


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