Tamil Nadu Class 12 Young Lady Tracked Down Dead In Inn Latrine: Police

Police have recuperated a note composed by the 17-year-old young lady from her room and examination is in progress, they added.

Chennai: A class 12 young lady understudy was found dead in her lodging latrine in Tamil Nadu’s Thoothukudi the previous evening, the police said.

Police have recuperated the understudy’s self destruction note from her lodging room and examination is in progress, they added.

Director of Police L Balaji Srinivasan let NDTV know that the young lady referenced a few individual reasons in her self destruction note, in view of which she was upset.

We can’t uncover the specific subtleties. Examination is on, Mr Srinivasan said.

17-year-old Vaitheeswari, who was from Ramanathapuram locale of Tamil Nadu, was “heart broken” after her auntie’s passing, a police official said.

She had told one more understudy from her school that this will be the last time you’d see me alive, he said.

The case will be moved to the CBCID wing of the state police following a new request by the Madras High Court.

The high court has decided that passings in instructive establishments should be explored by the state test body, CB-CID.

Five class 12 understudies – four young ladies and one kid, and a class 11 understudy have passed on by self destruction throughout recent months in the state, to a great extent refering to scholastic strain and fears over execution in the Public Qualification cum Entry Test (NEET) for admission to clinical courses.

Boss Priest M K Stalin had as of late spoke to understudies to not yield to the scholarly tension. “Transform your preliminaries into accomplishments” he had said.

He additionally encouraged the educators to “inject mental strength” among understudies.