The student hanged himself in one of the classrooms (Representational Image)
The victim’s father has said in his police complaint that the victim was often targeted and beaten up by the lecturers, which made her depressed
Satwik, a 16-year-old student studying in Sri Chaitanya Junior College, committed suicide after being accused by his teachers and the warden of not scoring well in the examination. Class 11 Intermediate student hanged himself in a classroom.
The victim’s father has stated in his police complaint that the victim was often targeted and beaten up by the lecturers, which made her depressed. A case has been registered against the college management, three lecturers and the warden under section 305 of the IPC. Further investigation is underway, his classmates are being questioned.
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Earlier, a Post graduate medical student from Warangal, TelanganaDoctors said that the woman, who was undergoing treatment here after allegedly attempting suicide a few days ago, died on Sunday.
The first-year postgraduate medical student allegedly attempted suicide at a government hospital in Warangal district on December 22 after she was allegedly harassed by her senior in the same college, police told PTI. did.
A PG second year student in the Department of Anesthesia at Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal was booked for harassing a female first year post graduate student in the same college, police said. Police said the victim’s father had lodged a police complaint accusing a senior student of harassing his daughter and a case was registered, following which he was arrested.
Darshan Solanki, a first year BTech (Chemical) student at IIT Bombay, was allegedly accused of committed suicide last month following which a student group Claimed that he was forced to commit suicide due to discrimination against SC students on campus. Police said the deceased had not left any suicide note and prima facie it appears that he had jumped from the shelter area of the hostel building. “Based on primary information, we have registered a case of accidental death. Further investigation is underway,” said senior police inspector Budhan Sawant.
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