Maths tuition teacher ‘dies by suicide’ in Ahmedabad

By: Express News Service | Ahmedabad |

December 21, 2020 10:01:26 pm

Caption: 40-year-old Parth Tank, a non-public tuition teacher ended his life by leaping from the terrace of 14-storey industrial advanced Rajyash Rise close to Vishala circle in Ahmedabad on Monday morning. (Express Photo)

A 40-year-old non-public tuition teacher allegedly jumped to demise from the terrace of a 14-storey industrial advanced at Vishala Circle in Ahmedabad on Monday morning, police stated.

According to police, the physique of Parth Tank, a resident of Vrindavan Society close to Dharnidhar Derasar in Ahmedabad, was discovered on the parking entry of Rajyash Rise industrial constructing at Vishala Circle in Ahmedabad.

A CCTV footage confirmed Tank falling from the terrace of the 14-storey constructing round 9.30 am, after which safety employees and others rushed to the spot.

Police stated Tank had gone to the gymnasium on the primary ground of Rajyash Rise advanced in the morning after which he went to the terrace of the constructing and allegedly took the acute step.

“He has been going to the gym every morning for the past three four months and on Monday, he informed the same to his family. After attending gym, he went to the terrace and took the extreme step. We have collected the CCTV footage and statements of the persons near the spot… We did not find any note… and have filed an accidental death report in the case. An investigation has started,” stated MG Damor, inspector of Vasna police station.

“I was deployed at the other entry gate of the complex… I heard a loud thud after which people started running towards the parking entry area. He was dead on the spot,” stated a safety guard.

Preliminary investigation exhibits that Tank was allegedly affected by “depression” and was present process remedy, police stated.

“The family of the victim has informed us that he was suffering from depression for quite some time and for the past six months, he was undergoing medical treatment… Further questioning is going on,” stated Damor.

Tank is survived by his dad and mom, spouse and two sons. He has been in non-public tuition occupation for nearly twenty years.

To search assist and counselling on psychological well being, one can attain out to AASRA (9820466726) and Saath India (079 26305544).

📣 The Indian Express is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and keep up to date with the most recent headlines

For all the most recent Ahmedabad News, obtain Indian Express App.


Back to top button