BY TC News Desk
Agartala: July 21. There is a shadow of mourning in the area surrounding the death of a Tripura girl who went to Chennai for work. Incidents like murder, terrorism, suicide, abduction are seen every day at some place or the other, however, there is no stopping in such criminal incidents. This type of crime is increasing in the state as well as in the country. Reportedly, on wednesday, a girl from the state, who went to Chennai for work, committed suicide.
The incident cast a shadow of mourning in the area. According to the details of the incident, Rima Maya Begum (30), daughter of Abu Taher, resident of Ward No. (4) of Putia village panchayat under Boxnagar block of Sonamura subdivision of the state. Her family married her to Shahjahan Miah of Ward No. 6 of the same village 12 years ago according to Islamic customs. As usual two sons and a daughter were born to them. But recently, two years ago, due to family problems, the couple got divorced. Then Rima came to her father’s house with her son. On the other hand, Shahjahan got married again. Then Rima fell into a financial crisis with her aged parents and a son and was forced to move to Chennai for employment. As usual, she got a job as a nurse’s aide in a private hospital called Jeevan Mitra Fertility Center in Jayanagar, Chennai. Rima worked in the hospital for a year.
After working for a year, she came home on leave and took her younger sister with her for work in Chennai. After working for about six months, Rima decided to commit suicide by hanging herself with a in the balcony of a hospital in Chennai at 10 am on Wednesday. It is known that Rima was forced to commit suicide due to mental stress due to various family reasons. However, Rima’s body has not yet arrived in the state. Her family members from Putia have approached the Sub-Divisional Magistrate and the police administration to bring Rima’s body home. Currently, her body is at the hospital mortuary under K-11 CMD Police Station, Chennai.