MP: Minor commits suicide by asking PM Modi to fulfill last wish

Gwalior: Nowadays, cases of crime as well as taking deadly steps like suicide are on the rise. The case that has come to light recently is from Madhya Pradesh. A 16-year-old teenager has allegedly committed suicide after failing to become a good dancer in Gwalior here. According to the information received, Kishore in his alleged suicide note has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fulfil his last wish.

Her suicide note says that her last wish is to make a music video with a song sung by singer Arijit Singh and a dance dance choreographed by Nepali artist Sushant Khatri. Briefing about the case, Inspector-in-charge of Jhansi Road police station Sanjeev Nayan Sharma said that the class XI student, a resident of Cancer Hospital area of Gwalior city, committed suicide by jumping in front of a train on a railway track on Sunday night. At the same time, he added, 'A suicide note allegedly written by the teenager was found with his body in which he said he could not become a good dancer as his family and friends did not support him. '

He further said, "In the suicide note, Kishore has written that after his death, a music video should be made in which a song is sung by Arijit Singh and danced by Nepali choreographer Sushant Khatri. The note says that this music video will give peace to his soul. It has urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to fulfil his last wish. At the same time, he also said that the police have registered a case and are investigating further.

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