HYDERABAD: Depressed over severe health issues, a 28-year-old woman techie committed suicide near her office at Madhapur on Thursday. Police said the deceased Mullinti Sravani, had been suffering from a severe headache and sinus since her delivery due to which she was depressed.
On Thursday, she came to her office and jumped from the eleventh floor of the office building, said B Ravi Kumar, Sub Inspector of Madhapur Police station. Sravani hailing from Chittoor and residing at Madinaguda, is survived by the husband and a four-month-old male child.
Sravani was married to Ramakrishna around 18 months ago and were residing at Madinaguda. While Sravani was working for Prime Medical Technologies Pvt Limited, Ramakrishna was working as a Chemical Analyst for a pharma company.
Four months ago, Sravani delivered their first baby, after which she developed a severe headache and sinus, due to which she was badly depressed.
Her mother Eshwaramma said that often Sravani shared about her problem and that she is not able to take proper care of the child. Eshwaramma came to her daughter from Chittoor on Wednesday, to help her in going to hospital and other works at home.
“Though she had been taking treatment, there was no such relief. While we were planning to visit a doctor in one of these days, tragedy struck us. My daughter was very happy in the married life, except for this health complication. Never expected that she would leave her husband and baby and take this extreme step.” said Eshwaramma.
Sravani who left home at around 9.30am, came to her office located at Melange towers and climbed to the eleventh floor and jumped at around 10 am. Her husband Ramakrishna who had already reached his workplace got to know the incident and rushed to the spot. While Ramakrishna and Sravani’s mother was inconsolable, their baby was seen taken care of by the relatives.
What was the trigger?
Police said the deceased Mullinti Sravani, had been suffering from severe headache and sinus since her delivery due to which she was depressed. She is survived by a 4-month old baby.