A girl from Uttar Pradesh allegedly consumed poison and died by suicide after her father stopped her from studying. The incident took place in Moradabad. Police recovered a suicide note from the girl’s residence in which she wrote that her father, Kapil Kumar, did not let her study. The father reportedly tried to burn his daughter’s body.

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“We were informed that the deceased girl had consumed poison. Later, when we reached the spot we recovered the body in a burnt condition and sent for the post-mortem. A case has been registered against the father. A suicide note has also been recovered in which the deceased girl has alleged that her father stopped her from studying,” said Amit Anand, Superintendent of Police (SP) as reported by Zee5.

What You Should Know:

  • A girl from UP died by suicide after her father allegedly stopped her from studying.
  • Police recovered a suicide note in which she wrote that her father, Kapil Kumar, did not let her study.
  • Further, the father reportedly tried to burn his daughter’s body.
  •  A case has been registered against the deceased’s father.

“As per the investigation, Kapil had informed his relatives on September 13 about her daughter consuming the poison. When the relatives reached here, they saw Kapil was trying to burn the body and they immediately informed the police,” he added.

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Further investigation is in process, and a case has been registered against the father, who is absconding.

In June this year, a class nine student died by suicide, not being able to attend online classes, as the family didn’t have any facility for her to attend the classes. Reportedly, the 14-year-old set herself and her body was discovered at a deserted spot near her home. The girl’s father, is a 45-year-old dalit daily wage worker and the family lived in the Mankeri Dalit colony in Valanchery.

Arunima Sharma is an intern with SheThePeople.TV.

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