Adding to the sequence of lady deaths in Tamil Nadu up to now two weeks, a Class 11 pupil was discovered lifeless at her house in Sivakasi yesterday. It is suspected to be a case of suicide.
A police officer advised NDTV, “We will not say anything until this investigation is over.”
The lady was discovered hanging in her home. No suicide be aware has been discovered but. An official stated that he usually suffers from extreme abdomen ache.
Three Class 12 women and now a Class 11 lady have died within the state within the final two weeks — three of them within the final two days.
The Sivakasi incident befell hours after a Class 12 pupil was discovered lifeless in Cuddalore district.
In a four-page suicide be aware, the Cuddalore pupil blamed his “inability to fulfill the IAS aspirations his parents had instilled in him,” Police Inspector Karthik stated.
Alarmed by the repeated deaths, Prime Minister MK Stalin yesterday appealed to schoolgirls to shun suicidal ideas. “Girls should not be pushed to think of suicide. Turn trials into victories,” he stated, including that strict motion can be taken in opposition to these concerned in sexual, psychological and bodily harassment of scholars. .
On Monday, a Class 12 pupil of Sacred Heart Girls Higher Secondary School in Tiruvallur district was discovered lifeless in her hostel. No suicide be aware was recovered.
The first of those 4 deaths was reported on July 13 in Kallakurichi district. The demise of the coed at a non-public residential faculty sparked violent protests and the Arson left a number of folks, together with senior cops, injured.
Five folks, together with the varsity principal and two lecturers, had been arrested within the Kallakurichi case after police discovered a be aware accusing the 2 lecturers of “humiliating him for his academic performance.”
The lady’s dad and mom, nevertheless, stated the crime scene bore indicators of a bodily battle and moved the courtroom. The Madras High Court then ordered a repeat post-mortem.
The excessive courtroom additionally ordered that deaths in academic establishments be investigated by the CB-CID.