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Hyderabad: An intermediate student ends her life

On Sunday, an intermediate student was found hanging in her college hostel room in Kukatpally. According to the police, she was unable to deal with academic pressure, so she ended her life.

Police in Kukatpally reports that Sri Harshitha (19) was studying at Gravity Junior College in Kukatpally, staying in the hostel nearby, and preparing for her NEET exam.

Apparently, she hung herself from the ceiling fan in her room after her roommate left on Sunday night. The roommate informed the hostel authorities after she returned in the evening who became suspicious about the absence of a response from inside.

It was found that Sri Harshitha had died after the door was forcibly opened. Harshitha’s family raised no suspicion about her death and her academic achievements were more often those of the prestigious Kukatpally police, who shifted the body for autopsy.

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In spite of this, she always worked hard and could not accept low marks in her exams, they told the police, and she easily got upset if her scores were low. The investigation is ongoing.

Three suicides in Hyderabad, including a 17-year-old

In separate incidents in the city, three people, including a minor, committed suicide. In one of the cases, a 23-year-old man ended his life over the mobile game PUBG.

In order to play the game, the deceased asked his father for a mobile phone internet recharge. According to the police, the father refused to do so. In response to the refusal, a 23-year-old man hung himself from the ceiling fan in his room. As a result of the incident, the man was rushed to the hospital, where he died.

The second case involved a 17-year-old intermediate student who committed suicide after being chided by her mother for spending too much time on the phone. This incident occurred in Talakondapally under the jurisdiction of Cyberabad.

In Medipally, Rachakonda commissionerate, a 21-year-old MBA student committed suicide due to personal issues. Her body was found hanging from the ceiling in a room in her residence.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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