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Single, unhappy with career, 35-year-old Pune man seeks permission for euthanasia

Upset with an unstable career and lack of marriage prospects, a 35-year-old man wrote to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ Office seeking permission for euthanasia.

india Updated: May 12, 2019 09:19 IST
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According to the police officer, in the letter sent to CMO, the man had written about his ailing mother who is around 70 years old and his father who is 83 years old.
According to the police officer, in the letter sent to CMO, the man had written about his ailing mother who is around 70 years old and his father who is 83 years old.(File photo)

Upset with an unstable career and lack of marriage prospects, a 35-year-old man wrote to Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis’ Office seeking permission for euthanasia.

“This letter was sent around 15-20 days ago. The letter said he (35-year-old man) felt he is not doing anything for his parents. He was upset with his career and lack of marriage prospects. He is okay now,” Devidas Gheware, Senior Police Inspector, Dattawadi Police Station said while talking to ANI on Saturday.

According to the police officer, in the letter sent to CMO, the man had written about his ailing mother who is around 70 years old and his father who is 83 years old.

“He felt that he is not able to do anything for them. He was having problems regarding marriage too. We counselled him,” the senior police officer said.

“The youth is well educated and is from a well to do family. He was not frustrated just because of marriage issues. He loves his parents,” added Gheware.

(The story has been published from a wire feed without any modifications to the text, only the headline has been changed.)

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