Amity College scholar kills self, suicide observe factors to stress


An engineering scholar at Amity College allegedly dedicated suicide at his paying visitor lodging in Noida Sector-15 on Friday night time.

Police mentioned 23-year-old Mihir Madhur, a third-year B Tech scholar, was discovered hanging from a ceiling fan by his mates the following morning.

A police staff from Sector-20 was rushed to the spot as quickly as they had been knowledgeable in regards to the incident round 8:45am. After docs at a close-by hospital declared him lifeless on arrival, the physique was taken to a mortuary in Sector-94 for a autopsy examination.

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Madhur’s relations, who reside in Jaipur, had been knowledgeable round 10:30am. The physique was handed over to them after they reached Noida later within the night.

A suicide observe recovered from the spot described study-related stress as the rationale for Madhur taking the acute step. “The letter, which was written in English, began with an apology to family members. Then the deceased went on to elucidate that he was having a tough time dealing with tutorial stress, contemplating that he had not too long ago flunked a topic,” mentioned investigating officer Patneesh Kumar.

Madhur’s family members mentioned he had known as up his mom at 9pm on Friday, however didn’t sound depressed.

Rahul, a flatmate, mentioned the incident got here to gentle when two mates tried to wake Madhur up. “They knocked repeatedly, however acquired no reply. After they lastly broke into the room, Mihir was discovered hanging from the ceiling fan,” he added.

This was the fourth occasion of an Amity College scholar committing suicide since August, 2016.

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“Madhur’s father, Murlidhar, is an IRS officer posted as a senior chief govt officer with the Indian Railways in Jaipur. Although the household hails from Buxar district in Bihar, they’ve been staying within the Rajasthan capital for over twenty years,” mentioned Kumar.

Madhur’s brother, a Class 10 scholar at a non-public college in Dehradun, wasn’t knowledgeable in regards to the incident.

A case has been registered on the Noida Sector-20 police station, and an investigation is on.




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