A 22-yr-old Woman Hangs Herself in Industrial Area Chandigarh

Chandigarh, the city beautiful seems to have lost the beauty of living happily and freely. Many suicide cases of youth in Chandigarh have been reported throughout this year that has raised the concern about why a large number of people are resorting to ending their lives so easily.

Recently, a 22-year-old woman of Chandigarh committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan at her house, allegedly. The victim is identified as Neelam and was a resident of Ramdarbar, Industrial Area, Phase I during the broad daylight of the day. The incident took place on Monday afternoon when the victim was at her residence with her nine months old son and her husband was at work.

Suicide case of 22- yr old Chandigarh woman

As per the police, Neelam, who was living on the first floor of the house hanged herself from the ceiling fan of her room. She used to put up with her husband and son on the first floor while her in- laws stay on the ground floor of the same building. Neelam’s brother-in-law was the first one who saw her hanging from the ceiling fan. While going upstairs, the victim, Neelam’s brother-in-law passed by her room where he saw her hanging and then raised the alarm. Neelam’s in-laws then called up the police who then rushed her to the Government Medical College and Hospital, Sector 32. However, Neelam was declared brought dead by the doctors at the hospital.

Police and legal proceedings in the suicide case

The case has been registered in the police station of Sector 31 but the cops are smelling fishy in the alleged suicide case of Neelam. Though no suicide note has been found as of now, the cops suspect some foul play as there aren’t any injury marks on the victim’s body. The autopsy report is yet to come, which will narrate the exact reason behind Neelam’s death. Meanwhile, the police have begun their investigation into the case.

The deceased’s parents have been informed about the incident in Patiala. Neelam was married to Rajat for more than two years and is survived by a son.

Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com


Yamini S. Verma

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