Coronavirus Outbreak: Man, under stress over tuberculosis and family problems, found hanging in quarantine centre in Bihar’s Darbhanga
A man, who was suffering from tuberculosis, was found hanging inside a quarantine centre of Bihar's Darbhanga district
Darbhanga: A 43-year-old man, who was suffering from tuberculosis, was found hanging inside a quarantine centre of Bihar's Darbhanga district on Monday.
Authorities said he committed suicide.
He was taken to the quarantine centre set up in a school after he somehow managed to reach home in Kumrauli village from Delhi on 10 April.
"He committed suicide in a room of a middle school which has been converted to a quarantine centre in Kumrauli," District Magistrate Thyagrajan SM said.
Prima facie, the man was under stress because of his disease, tuberculosis, and some family problems, the DM said.
A statement issued by the district administration said he was kept separately in a room at the quarantine centre, where he was provided with food and medicine.
He hanged himself from a window grill with a gamchha (traditional cotton towel).
As he was worried about his disease, doctors who had examined Yadav at the time of his entry to the centre, later counselled him.
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