Chennai: In yet another shocking incident, One more suicide case added to Tamil Nadu, class 12th student school boy found dead. This is fifth death case in 10 days. Now Tamil Nadu is becoming a suicide hotspot. Police suspect that it is a case of suicide yet no note found. The police is investigating the matter. According to the information, a student of class 12th allegedly committed suicide at his home near Karaikudi in Sivagangai district. The boy was found hanging at her house.
Let us informed you that this is the fifth case of student’s death in 10 days. In the last two weeks, three girls of class 12th and a girl of class 11th and now a class 12th boy have died in the state, out of which four deaths have occurred in the last two days. A police officer informed that a case has been registered and we’re investigating. His autopsy was completed. The body was handed over to his parents,” he said. However, the reason for the student’s extreme decision is yet to be known.
Earlier on Tuesday, a class 12 student in Cudallore allegedly died by suicide and later that day another class 11 student died in Sivakasi. A Class 12 student of Sacred Heart School in Tiruvallur district of the state was found dead in her hostel recently. Tiruvallur Superintendent of Police Cephas Kalyan told media that the girl’s body was found hanging. The student Sarla was a resident of Tiruttani in Tamil Nadu. The incident came two weeks after death of private residential school in Kallakurichi’s death surfaced. On July 13, a Class 12 student of a school in Kallakurichi district was found dead in her hostel under suspicious circumstances, which led to violent protests, in which several people, including senior police officers, were injured.
At least 15 buses were torched by the protesters. Police made five arrests in the Kallkurichi case, including the school’s principal and two teachers. The teachers had reportedly humiliated her for her academic performance.Her parents had moved court alleging that the crime scene had signs of physical struggle after which Madras High Court ordered a repeat autopsy. The high court also ordered that deaths in educational institutions be investigated by the Crime Branch- Criminal Investigation Department.