Another Man Ends Life for Spl Status

Published: 05th September 2015 04:22 AM  |   Last Updated: 05th September 2015 04:22 AM   |  A+A-

NELLORE: Another person in Nellore district committed suicide for the cause of special status to Andhra Pradesh. The deceased was identified as Pallam Ramanaiah (46) of Chennuru village in Gudur mandal. He committed suicide by jumping into a well in his village. He was working as security guard in Audisankara Engineering College in Gudur. Though the incident occurred two days ago, it came to light only on Thursday evening when the villagers found his body in a village well called Venkata Reddy Bavi. 

According to Gudur DSP B Srinivasulu, the deceased is survived by wife P Mastanamma, sons Hanumanth, studying ITI, P Manohar, B.Com second year, P Anilkumar, Intermediate. He said that the deceased was not seen in the last two days either in the village or at his workplace, which raised doubts in the villagers who began searches and finally found his body floating in the well.

The DSP said the police have recovered a suicide note written in the deceased’s own hand, which said he was taking the extreme step for the cause of special status to the state.

The note hoped that his death might change the attitude of the Central rulers to respond positively and accord special status.

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