Blog Business Entertainment Environment Health Latest News News Analysis Opinion Science Sports Technology World
Schoolgirl found dead in Tamil Nadu, 4th death in 2 weeks

There have been three Class 12 deaths and one Class 11 death in the state in the last two weeks.


The police are looking into the matter, but no suicide note has been discovered. 


Police in Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, are investigating the circumstances surrounding an 11th-grade girl's death at her home yesterday. Suicide is suspected in this case.


The young lady was discovered hanged in her own home. There has been no sign of a suicide note. According to one of her coworkers, she was frequently plagued by severe stomach pains.


Class 12 students and a Class 11 student have died in the past two weeks, all in the space of just two days


A Class 12 student's body was discovered in Cuddalore district just hours before the incident in Sivakasi.


Indian Administrative Service (IAS) aspirations were placed on her by her parents in a four-page suicide note, according to police Inspector Karthik.


As a result of the alarming number of suicides among female students, Chief Minister M. K. Stalin issued an appeal yesterday. "Suicidal thoughts in girls should never be encouraged. Accomplishments can be made out of failures "he said, adding that those who engage in sexual, mental, and physical harassment of students will be punished severely.


A Class 12 student from Tiruvallur district's Sacred Heart Girls Higher Secondary School was found dead in her hostel on Monday. There was no suicide note found at the scene.


On the 13th of July, the Kallakurichi district saw the first of these four deaths. After the death of a student at a private residential school, several people, including senior police officers, were injured in violent protests and arson.


 


In the Kallakurichi case, police found a note accusing two teachers of "humiliating her for her academic performance" and arrested five people, including the school's principal and two teachers.


There were signs of a physical struggle, according to her parents, who filed a motion to have the case heard in court. A second autopsy was ordered by the Madras High Court.


Additionally, the Supreme Court mandated that the CB-CID investigate all deaths at educational institutions, as well.


Share This Post On

Tags: #SupremeCourt #Crime #Murder #TamilNadu #Student



0 comments

Leave a comment


You need to login to leave a comment. Log-in
TheSocialTalks was founded in 2020 as an alternative to mainstream media which is fraught with misinformation, disinformation and propaganda. We have a strong dedication to publishing authentic news that abides by the principles and ethics of journalism. We are a not-for-profit organisation driven by a passion for truth and justice in society.

Our team of journalists and editors from all over the world work relentlessly to deliver real stories affecting our society. To keep our operations running, we depend on support in the form of donations. Kindly spare a minute to donate to support our writers and our cause. Your financial support goes a long way in running our operations and publishing real news and stories about issues affecting us. It also helps us to expand our organisation, making our news accessible to more everyone and deepening our impact on the media.

Support fearless and fair journalism today.


Related