UP: COVID-19 burdened bank administrator hops to death from 6th floor of medical clinic working in Moradabad
In a shocking occurrence, a 42-year-old COVID-19 patient purportedly ended it all by hopping from the 6th floor of the emergency clinic building. The occurrence occurred on Thursday at the Teerthanker Mahaveer Medical College and Research Center in Moradabad area of Uttar Pradesh.
The casualty has been recognized as Rajesh, who was filling in as a 'grameen bank' administrator. "Rajesh hopped from the 6th floor of the clinical school. He was functioning as a director in a 'grameen bank'. His Covid-19 report came positive on July 21. He was admitted to the clinic on July 25," said a report in Times of India cited Amit Anand, SP City, Moradabad, as saying.
In a comparable occurrence on August 26, a Congress head from Andhra Pradesh supposedly ended it all after he was tried COVID-19 positive. The casualty was distinguished as Sirigireddy Gangi Reddy, who was VP of Kadapa locale Congress.
He took his life by hopping before a moving train. The Congress chief was admitted to a private clinic in Proddaturu after he was tried for coronavirus positive. Reddy purportedly disappeared from the emergency clinic on Sunday (August 23) after which a police objection was recorded.
Reddy's body was found close to the railroad tracks at Sunnapuralla Palle in Yerraguntla on Tuesday.