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Bhopal: 22-year-old student jumps off college terrace, dies

bhopal Updated: Oct 22, 2016 11:14 IST

HT Correspondent, Bhopal
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A 22-year-old college student allegedly committed suicide by jumping off terrace of her college in Bilkhiria area on Friday. No suicide note was found from her.

Police said Kiran Kauarav, a resident of Anand Nagar and B Com students at SAM College, was spotted going upstairs to the terrace on the fourth floor of the college around 10.15am. A few minutes later, she jumped off the terrace and fell on the ground. She was rushed to a nearby hospital where the doctors declared her brought dead.

The police sent the body for post-mortem and started investigations. “During initial investigations, it seems she was in a love affair and she was depressed for some days,” said Bilkhiria town inspector Rajesh Sinha said.

26-year-old man killed

In another incident, a 26-year-old man was allegedly killed by unidentified people on Thursday night in Aishbagh locality here. He was hit on his head with a rod-like weapon. Investigations are on, police said.

Waseem Ahmed, a resident of Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, was a student of Bachelor of Unani Medicine and Surgery and used to live with his younger brother Naseem Ahmed, 19, in a rented accommodation in the area. On Friday morning, his younger brother informed their landlord that he was lying dead in the room.

College student beaten up by GRP constable in Jabalpur

A college student was allegedly beaten up by a GRP constable in Jabalpur on Friday for shouting at a vendor, who denied to sell him a biscuit packet.

Mohit Dubey was allegedly assaulted by GRP constable Vinay Dubey at platform number 6 of Jabalpur railway station, the victim’s father, Rajbhan Dubey, claimed. He said his son had sustained injuries on his right eye. The boy, a resident of Sihora, comes to Jabalpur to attend college.

GRP additional superintendent of police SPS Dawar said no FIR was registered in the matter so far. The GRP has received complaints from both sides — Mohit as well as the constable.