Delhi: 15-year-old boy jumps from 6th floor of building

New Delhi: A 15-year-old boy from CWG village in Delhi has jumped from the sixth floor of the building and committed suicide. When the boy took this scary step, his parents were in Mayur Vihar Market and the boy was alone at home. He was taken to Max Hospital by neighbours after the accident where doctors declared him brought dead after treatment. The incident took place around 8.30pm on Saturday.

The crime team and the FSL team have inspected the spot. No disturbance is feared yet and further investigation is on. According to Delhi Police, the child was under mental stress. Who had been undergoing treatment since last September. It may be mentioned that these days there are incidents of youth taking such steps due to many small and big reasons. Recently, a case of suicide of a girl studying in class XI came to light. The case was on the outskirts of Chennai. This girl's suicide note was shocking.

In the suicide note, the girl wrote, 'Neither believe in teachers nor relatives... For girls, just now the mother's womb and grave are only safe'.  The girl had launched this note with the words 'Stop Sexual Harrasment'. The girl wrote in the letter that she can't afford it anymore.

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