Delhi man commits suicide by jumping in front of train at Tagore Garden metro station; body sent for postmortem

A man committed suicide at the Tagore Garden metro station on Friday by jumping in front of a metro train.

Asian News International August 17, 2019 17:25:37 IST
Delhi man commits suicide by jumping in front of train at Tagore Garden metro station; body sent for postmortem
  • A man committed suicide at the Tagore Garden metro station on Friday by jumping in front of a metro train

  • 'After receiving a PCR call at 11 pm, the Rajouri Garden police reached the metro station and found that a person named Rahul, son of Ravinder Singh, had committed suicide by jumping off in front of a metro train. The man is a resident of Gopal Nagar in Najafgarh', an official release said

  • Further investigation is underway

New Delhi: A man committed suicide at the Tagore Garden metro station on Friday by jumping in front of a metro train. The deceased has been identified as Rahul, a resident of Gopal Nagar in Najafgarh.

Delhi man commits suicide by jumping in front of train at Tagore Garden metro station body sent for postmortem

Representational image. PTI

"After receiving a PCR call at 11 pm, the Rajouri Garden police reached the metro station and found that a person named Rahul, son of Ravinder Singh, had committed suicide by jumping off in front of a metro train. The man is a resident of Gopal Nagar in Najafgarh", an official release said.

The body has been sent for postmortem. Further investigation is underway.

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