Hyderabad: Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has started an inquiry into the incident of 16-year-old Nagula Satvik who committed suicide at Sri Chaitanya College in Narsingi, Ranga Reddy district.
Board’s Secretary has reportedly ordered the officials to immediately investigate the incident and submit a report. On the other hand, the Telangana State Commission for Child Rights (TSCPCR) considered Satvik’s suicide as serious. Commission’s Secretary Swarupa Rani said that the case was taken up as Suo Motto.
Satvik allegedly committed suicide in the classroom and left a suicide note saying that he could not bear the harassment of the college staff. This incident took place on the night of February 28 creating quite a flutter across the state.Satwik, a resident of Farooq Nagar, Shad Nagar has passed the 10th with good marks. He joined Inter First Year (MPC) at Sri Chaitanya College, Narsingi. He was studying in the hostel. However, Satvik was hurt and told his parents many times that he was not getting enough food and was being harassed and beaten by the lecturers and the warden during study hours. He reportedly complained that Vice Principal Acharya, Lecturer Krishna Reddy and Warden Naresh were harassing him. (INN)