Thursday , October 21 2021

A person who returned to Bihar from abroad under Vande Bharat Mission did suicide after 2 days in a quarantine center

GAYAA person living in a quarantine center in Gaya, Bihar committed suicide. A 30-year-old man had recently returned to Bihar from abroad under the Vande Bharat Mission. After this, he was kept in the Quarantine Center. Where he committed suicide by jumping down from the roof. Senior Superintendent of Police of Gaya, Rajiv Mishra said that the deceased was a resident of Vicky Gopalganj (Gopalganj) district. He returned from Jeddah, Saudi Arabia on June 3, after which he was kept in a separate residence in the Corporation Monastery of Bodh Gaya.


The SSP said that during preliminary investigation it appears that he was under mental stress. The officer said that the family of the deceased had called him before the incident. Vicky was desperate to go home to his home 200 km from Gaya. He was quarantined at Nigma Monastry (Quarantine Center) after Vicky underwent medical screening. Where there are hundreds of foreign quarantines.

District administration officials said that the person’s negative report for Covid-19 had come negative. For this reason, the sample of Coronavirus was not sent for a detailed investigation. Officials said that taking serious note of the incident, Divisional Commissioner Asanga Baba Chuba AO has ordered a detailed investigation into the alleged suicide.

Explain that during the lockdown for security and rescue from Covid-19, Indian migrants stranded in different countries are being brought by air from abroad under Vande Bharat Mission. Many people from Bihar have also been brought under this mission. Gaya district has been made the landing point for Bihar. From where he is sent to the Quarantine Center.

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