Maharashtra Woman Live-streamed Her Suicide Attempt, Saved By Cops In The Nick Of Time

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A 30-year-old woman from Latur district in Maharashtra live-streamed her suicide attempt on social media following which the police rushed to her place and rescued her, an official said Monday.

Written By Press Trust Of India | Mumbai | Updated On:
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A 30-year-old woman from Latur district in Maharashtra live-streamed her suicide attempt on social media following which the police rushed to her place and rescued her, an official said Monday. The 30-year-old woman, a social activist, allegedly tried to end her life out of frustration on Sunday at her home on Ausa Road in Latur city, located around 470 km from Mumbai, he said.

The woman was till sometime back a member of the social organisation, Panther Sena. After she resigned from the organisation recently, some people were allegedly troubling her, because of which she was frustrated and thought of ending her life, he said.

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In the early hours of Sunday, the woman, using her smartphone, logged onto the Facebook Live streaming feature, that lets anyone broadcast a real-time video.

She announced on the platform that she was going to end her life and then consumed a mosquito repellent, a police official from Latur district said. Some people, who were online at that time and watching the live streaming feature on the website, alerted police officials, who also saw the woman's suicide bid, he said.

The police officials in-turn passed the information to Latur's Shivaji Nagar police station, following which a team of cops from there reached her residence, the official said. She was taken to Latur's civil hospital where she was declared to be out of danger, he said.

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The woman's official statement was yet to be recorded, he said, adding that a probe was underway to ascertain the exact reason for her suicide bid.

 

 

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