A shocking incident has come to the light from Kanpur in Uttar Pradesh. In this case, a student studying in 12th has committed suicide when the number comes down. According to reports in the case, he was reprimanded by his parents after a low number, after which he shot his father's licensed revolver in his head and committed suicide. According to reports, the police reached the spot after receiving information that the police registered the case and sent the body for postmortem. The boy, who was 17 years old, was named as Anshuman. He studied at Harmilap School and was reprimanded by his father and Pwd contractor Yogendra Singh Sengar for the poor number that led to his suicide in Govind Nagar area of Kanpur last Saturday.
"At 8.30 a.m., when Anshuman's mother Poonam asked Anshuman to attend the school's parent meeting, she did not react insignificantly," said Inspector Sanjeevkant Mishra, who spoke further. "The teenager calmly told his mother that he was coming back soon with oil in his scooty, after which he would go with them.
Instead of going to school, Anshuman went into the bushes behind a private guesthouse and shot himself with his father's revolver. "In this case, Anshuman's body was found in the bushes near his house and the police had a revolver near his house. Found. The investigation into the case is now underway.