Dejected in love, girl hangs self to death
Ludhiana, November 30
A 22-year-old girl committed suicide by hanging herself from a high window grill of her house near Barrewal road here last evening after being unable to come to terms with dejection in love.
The deceased Amrita Kaur was unable to live with the pain of being ditched by her lover after a five-year long affair, who left for Australia two days ago. A heart-rending suicide note recovered from her room expressed the anguish she was going through before taking the plunge.
The girl, however, left behind her dumb-struck parents and relatives who searched for her meaning of life in which love of a man proved stronger than other relationship and ultimately the life itself.
The Sarabha Nagar police has booked the boy Deepak and her parents under Section 306 of the IPC for abetting the suicide of the girl. The suicide note was taken as the basis of the FIR.
On the left corner of the suicide note the girl had drawn two separated hands — one of a boy and second of a nail-polish wearing girl. She wrote(rough translation), “Deepak, please don’t worry about me. You left me hanging on the rope of miseries. But I wish you should always keep smiling. I am happy at my devastation but you progress and enjoy life.”
After this emotional beginning , the girl wrote that the boy was mistaken if he thinks she would get married after he left her, “You have insulted my love. I can only forgive you if you return to never go back again.” She also ridiculed the boy for not having the guts to face her before leaving for Australia, “You could only value my love by sending me a piece of paper through a friend at the airport.”
According to her father, Amarjit Singh, the girl’s mother was the first to spot the body. She had gone out to a bank and had left her alone. When she returned, she was shocked to her bones to find her ‘darling’ daughter hanging to death.
They have also informed the police that they knew about the love affair. They had even gone to the boy’s house to explore the possibility of their marriage but the boy’s family had reservations.