In Suicide Capital, 4 End Lives In One Day

Four people, including a techie, committed suicide in separate incidents on Monday.

Published: 25th December 2013 08:29 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th December 2013 08:29 AM   |  A+A-

Four people, including a techie, committed suicide in separate incidents on Monday.

A 28-year-old software engineer allegedly committed suicide by hanging at his home in Munekolalu in HAL police limits on Monday.

The deceased Pawan Kumar, a native of Hyderabad, was a resident of Sri Sai Layout in HAL. Kumar, who had moved to Bangalore some years ago, was married to Harika, also a software engineer, and the couple had a three-year-old daughter. Harika took their daughter along with her when she got transferred to Hyderabad.

According to police, Kumar’s friend Sridhar found the body around 5.30 pm on Monday when he peeped through the window. Police officials said Kumar had called his wife and spoken to her and their daughter on Sunday. His wife said he had not mentioned any problems during their conversation.

A 31-year-old woman committed suicide by hanging at her house at Immadahalli in Whitefield on Monday. The deceased, Latha, was the wife of Manjunath and the couple had two children. Police said Latha may have ended her life around 6.30 pm when she was alone at home. Manjunath found her body after he broke open the door of their house.

Renukaradhya (40), an assistant manager with a private company, hanged himself after running into huge debts. Police said Renukaradhya quarrelled with his wife Pushpa over pledging her jewels to repay `15 lakh loans. Pushpa refused to give her jewels and left home.

Shubha (23), a resident of Byatarayanapura, ended her life by hanging Monday. She was married to Dilip two years ago.  In her death note, Shubha said her husband was a good man, but she could not find happiness in martial life.

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