Swatik, a student of Sri Chaitanya College who could not bear the harassment of the management and staff, committed suicide
Hyderabad: The management and staff of Sri Chaitanya College are harassing me with their behavior like fees, ranks and beatings,, The suicide note written by Satvik, a student of Sri Chaitanya Campus, Narsingi, to his parents before he hanged himself in the classroom on Tuesday night. This is an unbearable grief for the mother and father who are studying for the golden future of their child. The managements put such a price on the deaths of children, and decide such things in a very simple way.. If such incidents take place in the campuses, if cases are registered under section 307 against the concerned owners, and strict measures are taken, maybe suicides will be reduced to some extent..?
The parents of the student and fellow students said that he committed suicide due to extreme pressure from the management. There is widespread outrage over this incident. The family members and students of the deceased protested near the college campus. Education Minister Sabitha IndraReddy has expressed anger over Satvik’s suicide and has issued orders to Telangana Inter Board Secretary Naveen Mittal to conduct an inquiry into the incident.
Police have registered a case under IPC 305 against the owner of Sri Chaitanya College in connection with this incident. Four people have been detained by the police. Acharya, Ramesh, Krishna Reddy, Naresh and one other person have been detained by the police and they are being interrogated at the Narsing police station.