M G Nayan : “Train Stunt: Woman Dives into Netravati River | Karnataka News”

Tragic Incident: Woman Takes Her Own Life by Jumping into River from Moving Train

MANGALURU: In a heart-wrenching incident, a 27-year-old woman from Tumakuru tragically ended her life on Thursday morning. According to police sources, she took the drastic step by jumping into the Netravati river from a moving train.

The woman, identified as M G Nayan based on the Aadhar card found in her bag, was traveling on a Kannur-Bengaluru-Mangaluru train. It is still unclear what drove her to take such a drastic measure. The authorities are currently investigating her exact identity and the reasons behind her decision.

Local diving experts were called in to retrieve her body from the river, and it was later taken to the Bantwal government hospital for post-mortem examination. ASI Devappa Vijayakumar from the Bantwal city police station visited the scene as part of the ongoing investigation.

This tragic incident has left the community shocked and saddened. Suicide is a serious issue that needs to be addressed with sensitivity and understanding. It is important for friends, family, and society as a whole to be vigilant and offer support to those who may be struggling with their mental health.

The incident took place in Mangaluru, a vibrant coastal city located in the state of Karnataka, India. Known for its picturesque beaches and rich cultural heritage, Mangaluru attracts tourists from all over the world. However, this incident serves as a reminder that mental health issues can affect anyone, regardless of their surroundings or circumstances.

If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of self-harm or suicide, it is important to seek help immediately. Reach out to helplines, support groups, or mental health professionals who can provide the assistance and support needed in difficult times.

Let us come together as a community to raise awareness about mental health and work towards creating a society where seeking help is encouraged and stigma-free. Together, we can make a difference and save lives.

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