Alwar student from law school attempted to die by suicide in Delhi after failing exam, tweeted about taking an extreme step

The victim is 20-year-old and studies at the National Law School of India in Bengaluru. Three policemen jumped in Yamuna river to save him

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New Delhi, March 14

As Law student from Alwar allegedly jumped in Yamuna river in an attempt to take an extreme step after failing an exam. 

The student was saved by three Delhi policemen who jumped into the Yamuna River to save him. The victim is 20-year-old and studies at the National Law School of India in Bengaluru.

The police said that Sub-inspector Gurish, constable Sunil and constable Parveen saw the student drowning in the river and jumped in to save him.

The police stated that he had tweeted that he would kill himself after which the Alwar Police was alerted who further alerted Delhi Police about the possible attempt. 

The officials added that SI Gurish received a call from Alwar police saying that the student is staying in a hotel in Paharganj. The officer sent a team to the hotel but the student had already left. The police suspected that he had left to die by suicide and mounted technical surveillance, on him. The police traced his location and went to the Signature Bridge looking for the student.

When the police reached, he had already jumped in the river. He was rescued with the help of divers and the policemen who jumped in to save him. He was rushed to AIIMS Trauma Centre and reported stable. 

During an inquiry, police found that the student came to Delhi on February 27. He was scared of his of facing his parents and came to Delhi where he decided to take an extreme step. 

The police had roped in counsellors to talk to the victim and he was later handed over to his family that rushed from Alwar. 


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