Unhappy with result, girl ends life

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Unhappy with result, girl ends life

Thursday, 23 May 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Depressed of poor results in class 11 an 18-year-old girl committed suicide at Kararia farms under Bazaria police station on Tuesday.

Police said that the deceased was found hanging with the ceiling and rushed to nearby hospital where she was declared dead.

Investigating Officer ASI RB Patwar said that deceased girl appeared in class 11 exam from a private school but failed to perform well and was depressed over her results and took extreme results but suicide note related to reason of poor performance was found and to ascertain the reason is not possible. The statements of the family members and friends are yet to be recorded and reason could be revealed in the further investigation.

The deceased used to remain depressed for the past 4-5 days and her behavior changed after her results were out few days ago in which her performance was not good, told her father of deceased to police.

After the preliminary investigation the body was sent for the post mortem and a case under section 174 of the CrPC was registered by the police.

Meanwhile a 6-year-old boy died after he was hit by a speeding water tanker truck at Parevakheda under Eitkhedi police station area in the evening on Wednesday.

Police said that Kalyan Singh was playing outside his house when he was hit by speeding water tanker truck and was rushed to nearby hospital where he was declared dead.

The police have registered a case under section 174 of the CrPC and started further investigation.

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