Bengaluru: Boy jumps in front of Metro train after mother scolds him, condition serious
In this incident, 18-year-old student survived the death of the driver, but he was seriously injured. Currently, she is undergoing treatment in the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences.
Bengaluru: A student studying in Class X just jumped ahead of the Metro train and tried to commit suicide because her mother scolded her for delaying the school. The incident is from Bengaluru. However, in this incident, the driver of the 18-year-old student survived the swamp brigade of the driver, but he was seriously injured.Currently, she is undergoing treatment in the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences. Tell that the victim’s parents work as a tailor. After getting information about the incident, Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy reached the hospital to meet the injured. He said that it is very sad that some people take such a big step even on small things.
Significantly, this is not the first case of this kind. Earlier, a similar case came up in Delhi’s Indrapuri area. Where a student studying in class VII had committed suicide According to the police, the student took this step when his mother was not present at home. A police officer investigating the matter told that the student had also written a suicide note on his palm. Meanwhile, a 23-year-old student preparing for civil services had allegedly attempted suicide by jumping in front of a Metro train at Karol Bagh station a few months ago.
A senior DMRC official told that the incident happened at 9.30 in the morning on the Blue Line. Youth was reportedly jumped in front of Noida going metro. It was being told that the young man had a head injury and he was kept under observation at Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. A police officer had told that the youth living in Mumbai used to make preparations for civil services and lived with his friend in the construction villa in East Delhi. A senior DMRC official told that the Metro service was affected for some time on Blue Line but the operation became normal soon.