Andhra Pradesh: St Joseph Dental College student allegedly commits suicide
Andhra Pradesh: A BDS first year student at the St Joseph Dental College allegedly committed suicide after hanging herself from the ceiling at Sanivarapupeta village in Eluru rural mandal.
Police said to the media that Sheikh Nazma (24), a BDS first year student of St Joseph Dental College (Duggirala) on Wednesday evening committed suicide.
Nazma is reported to be staying with her parental grandmother Mumtaz at Sanivarpupeta to pursue her course. Her parents are residents at RTC Colony in Tadepalligudem town.
On the fateful day, she came from her college at home at 3.30 pm. Following which, she and her grandmother were present during the Ramzan prayers. After she had gone to her bedroom and latched the room from inside.
Only after a while, when her grandmother called her and received no reply, did she open the window of her room and to her shock, she found Nazma hanging from the ceiling. In a state of utter panic, the grandmother shouted for the neighbours. She also called Nazma’s parents.
Police is reported to have reached the house in the night. Only when Nazma’s parents reached the house, did the police break the door of Nazma’s bedroom. Later, her body was sent to Eluru Government Hospital for postmortem.
Police said to the media that they found a suicide note in the bedroom. In the suicide note, Nazma stated that no one was responsible for her suicide. She also wrote that no one harmed her and she had no issues with anybody. Her father Naseeruddin told the police that his daughter did not have any problems.
She is a good student and they do not have any doubts on anyone. Eluru Three Town SI Sagar Babu registered a case and investigating.