Lost Will to Live: 1st year MD Gynaecology hangs self at Indira Gandhi Government Medical College hostel
Nagpur: In an unfortunate incident a 26-year-old first year MD Gynaecology Medico of the Indira Gandhi Government Medical College (IGGMC) in Nagpur allegedly committed suicide in his hostel room Friday, police said. The doctor was allegedly under depression and had texted his brother about his "lost will to live", state recent media reportsDr Vaidya, a Bengaluru resident who was in...
Dr Vaidya, a Bengaluru resident who was in the first-year of his MD course in gynaecology, hanged himself in his room in the early hours of the day, a Tehsil police station official said. The medico had joined IGMCH on May 2 this year
Though Goun knocked for quite a while, but Vaidya didn't open the door, following which he reached out seek help from the guard. The guard then went outside and tried to sneak inside through window. However, they were taken aback when they found Vaidya laying on the floor with a rope attached to ceiling fan. They alerted hospital administration, who subsequently rushed to the spot and immediately informed Kotwali police." he added reports
" We have not found any suicide note. He made some phone calls before committing suicide. We are probing the incident," police official informed the media persons here.
Read Also:Doctors 4 Doctors: IMA launches initiative to address mental health issues, reduce suicide incidents
Nagpur Today reports that the medico who was reportedly under depression for past few days, texted his elder brother Chandrashekar who lives in Delhi to inform about his 'lost will to live' right before taking the extreme step.
Medical Dialogues Bureau consists of a team of passionate medical/scientific writers, led by doctors and healthcare researchers. Our team efforts to bring you updated and timely news about the important happenings of the medical and healthcare sector. Our editorial team can be reached at email@example.com.