Beneath monetary pressure because of COVID lockdown, man dies by suicide in Kerala’s Idukki

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By Categorical Information Service

IDUKKI: A 52-year-old man, who ran a bakery close to Idukki district’s Adimali, died by suicide on Monday because of the monetary burden incurred because of the COVID lockdown. G Vinod, who was operating the bakery in Irumbupalam close to Adimaly, was discovered hanging inside his store on Monday morning, police stated.

Two weeks again, a 40-year-old man had died by suicide in Idukki’s Pampadumpara village because of the monetary burden incurred because of the lockdown.

Vinod’s relations have given a press release to the police that he was pressured because of monetary liabilities incurred through the lockdown, which is perhaps the explanation for him taking such an excessive step. Vinod had borrowed cash from a monetary establishment for enterprise functions. Nonetheless, the COVID outbreak and the resultant lockdown had put a pressure on his bills and he was unable to return the cash.

On Monday morning, Vinod went to open the store as traditional. He was discovered hanging contained in the store by a person who went to provide milk there. Adimali police have reached the spot and the probe is on.

(In case you are having suicidal ideas, or are fearful a few pal or want emotional help, somebody is all the time there to hear. Name Sneha Basis – 04424640050 (obtainable 24×7) or iCall, the Tata Institute of Social Sciences’ helpline – 02225521111, which is offered Monday to Saturday from 8 am to 10 pm.)

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