'PRP activist' jumps in front of train
TNN 19 October 2009, 03:15am IST
HYDERABAD: A 42-year-old engineer, who claimed to be a PRP activist, committed suicide by throwing himself in front of a train near Sanatnagar railway station on Sunday morning.
A BE graduate, Ajay of Tanuku in West Godavari district was jobless for the past nine years, Nampally GRP constable S Madhava Rao said. He was in a state of depression and was undergoing medication.
On October 13, Ajay came to his brother Vijay's house in Kukatpally. Since then, he had been staying with either his brother or his co-brother Mallikarjun in Kukatpally.
On Saturday at about 7 pm, Ajay left his co-brother's house saying that he would go to a friend's house. Later in the night, Ajay made a phone call to his co-brother and told him that he was going to commit suicide.
"Mallikarjun, Vijay and his brother Nani rushed and searched on the railway tracks around Hi-Tec City but could not find him," the constable said.
On Sunday at about 7 am, police got information about the body on the railway tracks near the Sanatnagar railway station.
Police found a suicide note in the wallet of the victim. It said: "I am committing suicide as it is hard for me to adjust in society. I am jobless and there is no respect for me here. I had worked with PRP and during that time suffered a leg injury. I am still suffering due to the injury due to which I am in financial troubles and decided to commit suicide."
Ajay is survived by his wife and 10-year-old son. A suspicious death case was registered under section 174 of CrPC.