A 14-year-old girl student committed suicide in Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh. According to the information received from the police, the student returned home on Friday and committed suicide by hanging herself. Family members have blamed the private school.
Bareilly: A 14-year-old girl student allegedly committed suicide on Friday in Uttar Pradesh’s Bareilly district. It is being told that the girl student was not allowed to appear in the examination due to non-payment of fees of a private school. Due to which the girl student committed suicide.
According to the information received from the police, the student returned home on Friday and committed suicide by hanging herself. Bareilly Superintendent of Police Rahul Bhati said that an inquiry has been ordered on the basis of the complaint lodged by the family members.
Father was unable to deposit the fees
Ashok Kumar, father of the girl, a resident of Baradari, mentioned the financial crisis in his complaint. He said that my daughter was a ninth grade student in a private school. I was unable to deposit my daughter’s school fees due to financial constraints.
According to the complainant, he had sought some time to deposit the fees, but the school administration allegedly did not allow his daughter to appear for the examination on Friday. The daughter was hurt by this and allegedly hanged herself after returning home.
Earlier, Ankit Sahu, a B.Com student living in Sector E Sarojini Nagar, Lucknow, committed suicide by hanging himself on Thursday morning. Actually, Ankit had invested three and a half lakh rupees in bitcoin. He was upset because the amount was lost. Because of this he committed suicide. Ankit’s father Arvind Kumar has passed away. Ankit has one sister, who is married.
Ankit lived with mother Shanti and Bikam was a second year student. On Thursday morning, Ankit asked his mother to go to the room to study, but he was hanged by the noose.