Tragic death: Noida teen plunges from 22nd floor, Poilce suspects suicide

The boy, a class 7 student, had recently completed his annual examinations, and the result was anticipated on Thursday, as per the reports.

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A tragic incident unfolded on Wednesday in Noida as a 14-year-old student fell to his death from the 22nd floor of a residential high-rise. Police is suspecting it to be a case of suicide.

The boy, a class 7 student, had recently completed his annual examinations, and the result was anticipated on Thursday, as per the reports.

According to police, the incident occurred around 5:30 PM at the Supertech Eco Village 3 group housing society in Bisrakh. The teenager tragically lost his life after falling from the 22nd floor of a residential tower within the society premises. Police authorities confirmed the incident, stating that legal procedures are underway.

The boy hailed from a family of music teachers and resided on the second floor of the building. However, he allegedly jumped from the 22nd floor. However, his motive remains unknown.

Exam pressure?

While the family failed to explained whether the boy was facing academic pressure or other challenges, they expressed their reluctance for further investigation into the matter.

Similar incident in Noida

This incident comes close on the heels of a similar tragedy on February 22, where a 19-year-old student from a nearby society, Mahagun Mywoods, reportedly jumped off the 22nd floor after appearing for a board examination. Although the exact reason remains unclear, police noted that the student had faced academic setbacks in the past.

Mental health professionals stress the importance of early intervention and support in such situations, emphasizing that suicides can be prevented if individuals notice behavioral changes in their loved ones and engage in supportive conversations to address their concerns.

In Uttar Pradesh, authorities have frequently urged individuals, including students, to reach out for assistance via the emergency helpline number 112 if they experience suicidal thoughts or emotional distress.

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