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Andhra Pradesh: 16 years old killed herself for being forced to attend classes

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            A 16-year-old Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies (IIIT-Srikakulam) girl hung herself because her parents reportedly compelled her to attend offline classes against her will.

According to accounts, a couple college ladies discovered her body hanging from a fan on Wednesday.

Kondapalli Maneesha Anju, a first-year student at IIIT-Srikakulam, has been confirmed as the dead. According to sources, she had been taking online lessons since the beginning of the academic year, according to the New Indian Express. However, when COVID instances begin to decline, the authorities opened the institution in a hybrid manner, providing students the choice of attending online or offline lectures.

The kid apparently wanted to continue her online studies, but her parents insisted on actual classes, so they dropped her off at the IIIT Srikakulam. The youngster, who was upset with her parents, tossed her phone on a bus. Her parents purchased her a new phone the next day.

However, their efforts were futile since the girl took the drastic measure of hanging herself from the hostel’s ceiling fan. According to Etcherla Sub-Inspector K Ramu, a complaint has been filed under Section 174 (suspicious death) of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC).

P.S. If you are depressed, recommends calling suicide hotlines. The following are contact numbers for mental health services and suicide prevention in Andhra Pradesh: – One Life: 78930-78930, Roshni Hyderabad-based NGO: 040-66202000

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