Manpreet was coming to India to meet her family after 4 years, suddenly died in flight

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Manpreet's roommate Kuldeep told that Manpreet's dream was to become a chef. She was studying hotel management. Along with this, she had also worked in Australia Post. The roommate told that Manpreet was a very friendly, honest and kind girl. She was very fond of traveling.

A woman of Indian origin died on a Qantas Melbourne-Delhi flight. She was just 24 years old. It is being told that the woman was coming to India to meet her family for the first time in a year. But before she could meet her family, she passed away. This sudden death created a stir in the flight.

According to the information, the woman's name was Manpreet Kaur. She boarded a Qantas flight to Delhi on June 20. The deceased woman's friend Gurpreet Grewal said that Manpreet's health deteriorated a few hours before reaching the airport and she was feeling unwell. Somehow she reached the airport. While sitting in the flight, she was trying to put on the seat belt, during which she suddenly fell on the floor and died.

Died before taking flight

The people sitting in the flight were also shocked by this accident. Friend Gurpreet told that when Manpreet boarded the plane, she was having trouble wearing the seat belt. Just before the flight took off, she fell and died on the spot. Emergency assistance was provided by the cabin crew but it was of no use.

Manpreet wanted to become a chef

Manpreet's roommate Kuldeep told that Manpreet's dream was to become a chef. She was studying hotel management. Along with this, she had also worked in Australia Post. The roommate told that Manpreet was a very friendly, honest and kind girl. She was very fond of traveling.

She was coming to India to meet her family after 4 years

In 2020, Manpreet went to Australia and was returning to India to meet her family after four years but she passed away before that. This incident has brought grief to her family. Her parents, who were hoping to meet their daughter, are shocked by her death. Manpreet's friend Grewal has launched a GoFundMe to raise money for her family. So far, $31,347 has been raised through this.