Medical student hangs self in hostel in Nizamabad | Hyderabad News

HYDERABAD: A second-year MBBS student at Nizamabad Medical College, Mosam Sanath, died by suicide in the early on Friday morning, hours before his practical exams were to begin. Though no suicide note was recovered, police said that Sanath sent a text message apologising to his parents at 3.11 am. He wrote: “I am sorry mummy and daddy – I had wanted to do this long back but I am doing this now.” Sanath did not indicate what was bothering him.
In fact, his friends on campus told the police that he was with them till 2 am discussing coursework. Earlier in the evening, he even played basketball with his batch mates, had dinner and studied with three other friends. He showed no signs of stress, depression or anxiety. Sanath even slept in their room for a while before heading to his room, where he hanged himself from the ceiling fan.

Medico hangs self in hostel in Nizamabad

This is the second such case of suicide being reported from the medical college campus this year. The prevision incident occurred on February 25, when final-year student Dasara Harsha was found hanging in his hostel room.
On Friday, Sanath’s suicide came to light when the college authorities opened his door around 8 am. The college management then informed the police. “We are probing to ascertain the reason for his death. We need to talk to his parents and friends to draw a conclusion,” said a police official. A case has been registered under Section 174 of the CrPC.
Those who knew Sanath – he belonged to the SC community — said he was a bright student. ” The family is well to do and there were no financial problems. He did not mention any problems with his studies, colleagues or anyone else. He had told me that his theory exams went well,” said his cousin, M Sunil, baffled by the suicide.
Another batch mate described him as “friendly” and “stress-free”. “Sanath had already written his theory papers and only had practical exams to finish. None of his friends noticed anything abnormal in his behaviour,” said Dr Jalagam Thirupathi Rao, general secretary, Telangana Teaching Government Doctors Association (TTGDA).
College authorities, meanwhile, suspect that he was under stress because of exams. (with inputs from Srinath Vudali)

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