'Suicide Note' of Sunita Found

Published: 17th August 2014 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 17th August 2014 09:45 AM   |  A+A-

PARIAKHEMUNDI: Police on Friday found a suicide note purportedly left by Sunita Raita, the nursing student of R Udaygiri who allegedly committed suicide on August 13 due to delay in getting stipend for nurses’ training from ITDA-Parlakhemundi.

Gajapati SP, CS Meena, said Sudam Raita, father of the girl, handed over a diary containing an alleged suicide note to the police at R Udayagiri on Friday claiming that it was written by his daughter.

The note and the content of the diary would be examined by handwriting experts in order to ascertain whether it was written by Sunita.

Sunita, belonging to a BPL family, had allegedly hanged herself on August 13 when no one was present at her home. The incident sparked a controversy as her father alleged that the girl, a student of BSc nursing course of Capital Nursing College in Bhubaneswar, took the step as she failed to get the stipend.

Meanwhile, Adivasi Mahasangha of Gajapati led by its president, Abraham Gomango, submitted a memorandum to the Collector on Saturday demanding action against the project administrator of ITDA.

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