Four persons commit suicide due to domestic or financial problems in separate cases
Hyderabad, Nov 24/2013 : Five persons including two woman committed suicide due to various reasons in different parts of the city and its outskirts.
A 38-year-old man, Md Razaq, committed suicide by consuming some unknown poison allegedly due to financial problems. According to Ramgopalpet police, Razaq, a painter and resident of MS Maqta, went to Necklace Road Railway Station and consumed poison on Saturday. He was later shifted to the Osmania General Hospital where he died on Sunday.
In a similar case, 34-year-old T Srinivas, a tailor of Kottapet, committed suicide by consuming poison. He got married in 2003 and had two kids. He was under depression after he got separated from his wife about four months ago. He took the extreme the step at his residence and was later rushed to the OGH where he died a few hours after admission, according to Chaitanyapuri police.
In a separate case, 22-year-old K Krishna, a samosa vendor, died of burn injuries which he suffered after setting himself ablaze on November 22. According to Golconda police, Krishna took the extreme step in the bathroom of his residence in Ramdevguda in inebriated condition. He was admitted to the OGH where he died on Saturday night. Financial problems are suspected to be the reason behind suicide.
In a different case, P Saritha, 31, died of burn injuries which she suffered after setting herself ablaze. According ot Medipally police, Saritha had an argument with her husband Srinivas Reddy over some family matter on November 21. The next day, she took the extreme step and was later admitted to the Gandhi Hospital. She died on Sunday morning. (INN)
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