In a tragic incident reported from Jaipur in Rajasthan, a 21-year-old boy ended his life by hanging from the ceiling at housing board colony in Shastri Nagar under Bhatta Basti police station area on Monday morning. The deceased had got selected for the Indian Air Force, however, he died by suicide due to alleged threats of false rape and criminal cases by his aunt.
The family of Yash Mathur (victim) stated that the aunt has been embroiled in an ongoing property dispute with the father of the deceased and thus, she was planning to falsely implicate the boy in some criminal case.
After being selected for IAF, his police verification for the job was pending. Alleged threats of false cases by his aunt, made him tense, and thus he decided to end his life.
Speaking to TOI, a senior police officer quoting Mathur’s relative on Tuesday said,
The deceased, identified as Yash Mathur, was living with his family at the housing board colony and was found hanging from the ceiling at 5am. He got selected for Indian Air Force and had to undergo police verification.
Thus, after getting the threats that he would be dragged into some criminal case, he ended his life.
Hukum Chand, SHO Bhatta Basti police station, told TOI,
We have got a complaint from the family of the deceased that the aunt of the youth was threatening him for a long time. Both the families were also engaged in a dispute over property. The matter would be investigated properly.
As of now, we have not found any FIR of rape against the youth.
The body of the deceased was handed over to the family after the post-mortem on Tuesday. SHO added,
Based on the complaint filed by the family of the deceased, we have initiated a probe into the matter.
Suicide Prevention Contact Details:
Men in distress due to family problems and threats of false cases can contact either of the NGOs listed here: Men Welfare Trust, MyNation Hope Foundation, Save Indian Family Foundation, Vaastav Foundation
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