Mangaluru: 24-year-old out on bail dies by suicide

Mohan Kuthar

Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru

Mangaluru, Sep 5: Faizal, a resident of Talapady village in Narlapadilu, took his own life by hanging at his home. The incident unfolded at a residence under the jurisdiction of the local police station.

The 24-year-old ended his life by hanging himself in a room on the first floor of his house. At the time of the incident, his mother, sister, and grandmother were present in the house. The distressing discovery was made by his mother when she went upstairs.

It is worth noting that Faizal had encountered legal issues in the past. In 2022, he was arrested in connection with a bike theft case near Pandit House. Additionally, a case related to the consumption of ganja had been registered against him four months ago.

After being released on bail in the bike theft case, he had been taken into custody by the Manjeshwar police for another case.

The motive behind this tragic incident remains unclear, and the police are considering the possibility that Faizal's actions may have been influenced by mental health issues.




Suicide is not a solution to any problem. Kindly seek the help of mental health experts if you are under any kind of distress. Call toll free helpline number 9152987821.







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  • Ashok, Mangalore

    Wed, Sep 06 2023

    It's very sad to read these suicide news of youngsters. When it is hard to find a job, mental issues crop up. To come out of depression, these youngsters surrender to drugs to relieve the stress. Then they can't come out of that Chakraviewha. They need more money to buy that drug and they start to steal things, often with the influence of the drugs. When they realised their actions, it was too late. Those people who belongs to decent family, gets that guilty feeling and start hate themselves which finally leads to this drastic decisions. Youth need help/counselling in their struggle to cope with mental issues but unfortunately it is hard as there is no free of cost counselling easily available. Creating more employment will reduce most of the present problems of many people. Philosophy of part time job is not very well known in India unlike western countries. here we are paid monthly salary and it is for month, there is no hourly pay system. If we had hourly pay system, perhaps 5 jobs could have been split into 7 jobs and more people employed. Why everything has to open after 10am and close by 5pm in Mangalore, why not at 8-8 for shopping centres/malls and shops? At least private sector should implement it, so that people have more options to get some sort of job at least.

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