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Mangaluru: Suicide by policeman’s son takes curious turn


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Aug 8: The case pertaining to suicide by Ankith Rane (28), son of police sub-inspector (PSI), Padmayya Rane, on June 25 inside the office of a chartered accountant at Balmatta here where he used to work, has taken a curious twist.

The family of Ankith has complained to Kadri police that colleagues of Ankith in the chartered accountant's firm where he was working since the last five years, had instigated him to commit suicide.

Ankith Rane, a native of Nainad in Pilatabettu village, Bantwal taluk, was functioning as assistant accountant in a firm where he hanged himself inside the store room there on June 25 this year.

The police are making efforts to reach to the bottom of the case and find the real reason behind the youth's suicide. The parents of the deceased, in the meanwhile, have filed complaint in Kadri station, holding colleagues their son responsible for the tragedy. They have claimed that two months before Ankith's death, a quarrel had erupted in his office, about which Ankith had complained to a supervisor. Thereafter, the chambers of the concerned had been changed. It is said that Ankith had received calls posing life threat. Ankith was very much hurt by these developments, and he would have killed himself out of fear relating to these developments, his parents believe.

 


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  • Lionel Dsouza, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    WHY TO COMMIT SUICIDE FOR WORK RELATED TENSION???
    LEARN FROM MODI....
    HELL LOT OF PROBLEMS IN THE NATION, BUT HE IS BUSY IN HIS FORIEGN TOURS.....

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Policeman's children are never Successful ...

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  • Edmond, Mangalore

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai : There are policeman's children who are successful and achieved something in life. Even in this case he had committed suicide not because he is failed but due to some other reason. that doesn't mean that policeman's children are not successful. I know few police officer's whose children have competed their CA in young age in Karnataka. Be responsible while commenting buddy. Now a days you are commenting like a person who doesn't care for the society. and most cases ur comments are against current government even if someone commits suicide or some accident happens or in some places some natural disaster happens.

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  • Sunil Dsouza, Mangalore

    Thu, Aug 9 2018

    Who says so, see Dawood Ibrahim

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  • Paul, Mangaluru

    Wed, Aug 8 2018

    Thats sad.. But he should have told his parents about the situation in office or left the palce..
    Suicide was not the solution..Or some fishy in the office ..Should make a proper investigation..So that next time this doesn't happen to anyone.
    But whatever suicide is not the final act..Every problem has a solution..Now who is suffering the pain ..Noyt the office staff ,Nor the boss,Nor the supervisor...It is the parents....
    RIP Ankith Rane

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