Man Jumps in Front of Delhi Metro Train, Tragically Ends His Life
A heartbreaking incident occurred on Saturday evening at Delhi’s INA Metro Station, where a man took his own life by jumping in front of an approaching metro train. The police were alerted about the incident when they received a call from the Police Control Room (PCR) at approximately 7:38 pm.
Eyewitnesses at the metro station were left in shock and disbelief after witnessing the tragic event unfold right before their eyes. Upon reaching the scene, the authorities discovered that the man had jumped onto the tracks towards Samaypur Badli on platform number 2 and was found lifeless on the track.
The deceased has been identified as 30-year-old Ajitej, a resident of Satya Niketan in the national capital. Police have initiated an investigation into the matter under the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) Section 174.
Unfortunately, this is not the first time such distressing incidents have come to light in Delhi. In October last year, a 35-year-old bank officer also lost his life by jumping in front of a metro train at Rajiv Chowk Metro Station. Similarly, in September last year, a girl attempted suicide by jumping in front of a metro train at Noida City Centre station.
Delhi’s metro system, which spans across the city and its outskirts, is an integral part of the daily commute for millions of residents. While such incidents are truly tragic, it is important to remember that mental health and well-being should always be a priority.
The incident at INA Metro Station serves as a grim reminder of the challenges faced by individuals battling mental health issues. It highlights the need for society to address these concerns and provide support to those in need.
If you or someone you know is struggling with mental health issues, please reach out to the appropriate helpline or seek professional help. Remember, you are not alone, and there is always help available.