Ghaziabad B.Tech student commits suicide after father refuses to buy him a bike

  • Ashni Dhaor, Hindustan Times, Ghaziabad
  • Updated: Jul 23, 2016 16:08 IST
A 22-year-old B Tech student committed suicide at his Khoda residence after his father refused to buy him a motorbike. (Representative Photo)

A 22-year-old B Tech student committed suicide at his Khoda residence after his father refused to buy him a motorbike, the police said. The deceased, Kishan Prasad, is said to have hanged himself from a cable wire on Wednesday night.

The police said that Kishan’s father, Rajendra Prasad, is a mason and lives in Prakash Colony in Khoda. Kishan was a student of a college in Geeta Colony, Delhi and used to travel by public transport.

“Kishan had joined college a year ago and was probably under peer pressure to buy a motorbike. I had told him that the financial situation did not allow us to buy a motorbike. However, I asked him to wait for a few months, after which I would buy him a second hand motorbike,” Prasad said.

The police was informed about the incident at 11pm on Wednesday and the body was sent for a post-mortem examination.

“The body was found hanging from a cable wire tied to a beam on the third floor of the house. The body was handed over to the family after post-mortem examination,” Awdhesh Yadav, station house officer of Khoda police station, said.

Woman commits suicide in Sahibabad

In another incident, a 20-year-old woman committed suicide at her house in Sahibabad on Thursday morning, the police said. Investigations revealed that the deceased, Seema (name changed), was a drug addict.

The police said that Seema’s father is an electrician and was trying to keep his daughter off drugs. She was found hanging from a ceiling fan in her room on Thursday morning.

“The family revealed that the woman was a drug addict and was having severe withdrawal symptoms after her family intervened and got her off drugs. The family did not allow her to step out of the house for the last two weeks. Her father also told us that she was acting abnormally for the last few days,” Surendra Yadav, station house officer of Sahibabad police station, said.

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