32-year-old from Kadaba ends life in Muscat, reason not known

Daijiworld Media Network – Kadaba (MS)

Kadaba, May 30: A youth of Koyila village of the taluk, who was employed overseas, killed himself by hanging on Sunday May 28.

The deceased is identified as Sandesh (32), an unmarried youth, son of the late Monappa Poojary, a resident of Sunnadi in Koyila village.

Sandesh was working as a line salesman in a water supply company of Muscat in the gulf state of Oman. His brother Santhosh is also employed in Muscat and both were residing in the same room. Their relative Charan was also working in Muscat and he was residing in another room.

It is said that Sandesh finished his work early and came back to the room and hanged himself. After a while, when Charan came to the room of Sandesh, the door was locked. As there was no response on knocking the door, a frightened Charan called Santhosh.

As one key of the room was with Santhosh, he opened the door and was shocked to see that his brother Sandesh was hanging from the fan. Family members said that the mortal remains will be sent to native place probably on Tuesday or Wednesday after the post mortem process as per rules in Oman are over.

Santhosh, elder brother of Sandesh, went to Muscat for employment seven years ago. Sandesh was working in a hotel in Chennai. Sandesh went to Muscat o visit visa initially. Later, he got the visa of Oman and was working on employment visa since eight months. The job was well paid one and the company was good. There were no hardships. Both brothers were very happy. Family sources said that Sandesh wrote a one-line death note saying ‘Sorry Anna (elder brother)’ before taking the extreme step. The exact cause for suicide is yet to be ascertained.





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  • Rita, Germany

    Tue, May 30 2023

    Hard .Noone knows the reason.That makes others to doubt,think etc more.Who knows if he lost his job?Or someone played mischief?May his soul rest in peace.Heartfelt sympathy to his family.

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  • Dinesh Basavaraj, Bangalore/ BEL

    Tue, May 30 2023

    Om Shanti, Whatever the problems he might have faced should have discussed with his brother or friends might be family problem or work atmosphere, Anyone would have given a better suggestion but his mind might not have supported him to think all this. Taking step suicide is a wrong decision . Once you live your country try to get adjusted to the working atmosphere and try to mingle with the available friends and the life should go on , Otherwise go back to your country where you come from.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Raheja Waterfront

    Tue, May 30 2023

    He should have got Married ...

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Tue, May 30 2023

    so sad to hear... working abroad is struggle.. but, when there is no other option, youth should understand and take up this as challenge. May be, Sandesh had some personal issues. Om shanti

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  • Joshua, Mangalore/Poland

    Tue, May 30 2023

    Who knows! His difficulty People in India think that once a person left for gulf he will earn plenty of cash.this is not at all true. From morning till evening if this man working as a line salesman he will earn maximum 100 omani riyals.equal to Indian Rs.25thousand approximately. And also the work is very hard.he must carry cartoons after cartoon. And now the summer started.its very hard.and he has to send every month money to his parents.and he has to keep some money for his vacation. Believe me small job people savings is zero. It is better to work in India. And work is very

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  • robert, bangalore

    Tue, May 30 2023

    if u not interest work in gulf u should come back..

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  • Pavan, Mlr

    Tue, May 30 2023

    Adani and jay shah will provide jobs

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  • Reshmi Salian, Mangalore

    Tue, May 30 2023

    Though we can say easily that suicide is not the solution we don't know what was in his mind. Om Shanthi. People need to share their sorrows with their closed ones in order to avoid these kind of incidents. There is solution for everything.

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  • rovil pinto, Valencia ,Muscat

    Tue, May 30 2023

    very sad to hear this . may his soul rest in peace .with heartfelt condolences . 😥😥🙏🏼🙏🏼

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  • S Shetty, Dubai

    Tue, May 30 2023

    Om Shanti

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