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Budgam Youth Umar Dev Commits Suicide In Punjab

Umar Dev, a third-semester Bsc Radiology student at RIMT University Mandi Gobindgarh Punjab was found hanging on the top floor on Monday.

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Arshid Hussain Mir
Arshid Hussain Mir
Covering Budgam, Kashmir Regional News from India. Holds Bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication from RIMT University, Punjab.

JAMMU AND KASHMIR. Budgam: “I am going it at my own will, nothing seems to be working in depression. May Almighty protect you, remember me in prayers. Papa forgive me,” Umar Dev wrote in the alleged suicide note.

Umar Dev, a third-semester Bsc Radiology student at RIMT University Mandi Gobindgarh Punjab was found hanging on the top floor on Monday. 

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“Just been informed by @DGPPunjabPolice that Umar Ahad was in depression and he left behind a suicide note. His brother Shaukat, a J&K police constable, has reached FGS. Postmortem being conducted & his family is satisfied with the investigations,” Raveen Thukral, media advisor to Punjab Chief Minister.

“A 20-year-old youth from central Kashmir’s Budgam, who was found hanging at the terrace of his college hostel in Punjab yesterday died by suicide due to depression,” media advisor to Punjab Chief Minister said on Tuesday. Captain Amarinder Singh tweeted this morning while also putting an alleged suicide note by Umar.

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Hailing from the Chewdara area of Beerwah in Budgam,Umar was in his 3rd semester of Radiology course at RIMT university. Pertinently, National Spokesperson J&K Students’ Association, Nasir Khuehami had on Monday taken up the youth’s mysterious death with the Punjab CM’s media advisor.

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India has the highest suicide rate in the Southeast Asian region, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). For more perspective, suicide is responsible for more deaths than malaria, breast cancer, war, or even homicide. It is, in fact, the most common cause of death in Indian adolescents/youth, with numerous lives lost prematurely to this social evil.

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