Published On : Thu, Sep 25th, 2014

Three men end life in different areas in city; Reasons yet to be ascertained

Nagpur : Call it a coincidence or mere irony of life that three men could not hold the hardships together and decided to quit forever.Three men, including an elderly man, committed suicide on Wednesday by hanging themselves in Sakkardara, Pratap Nagar and Koradi areas respectively. Cops, so far, could not establish reasons behind such extreme step in any of the cases. However, investigations are in progress in all the three cases.
In the first incident, an elderly man committed suicide by hanging self to the ceiling of his bathroom on Wednesday afternoon. The deceased has been identified as Madhukar Tanaji Gondane (60), a resident of Bahadura, Shegaon Nagar. Sources said Madhukar had hanged himself with the help of his ‘lungi’. On the basis of a complaint by Chhaya Gondane, his wife, Sakkardara police have registered a case of accidental death and started their investigations.

A youth also decided to quit his life on Wednesday and hanged himself in an office in Pratap Nagar. The youth has been identified as Pramod Tarachand Telange (21), resident of A V Vyankatesh Nagar City, behind KDK College, Nandanvan. Police sources said Pramod was present in the office at Acredore Structure at Ganesh Gouri Apartment, Kotwal Nagar when he hanged self to the ceiling fan with the help of a computer cable wire. On the basis of the complaint by Santosh Mohade (36), a resident of Khare Town, Dharampeth, Pratap Nagar police have registered a case of accidental death.
In another case, a man died after he hanged himself to the ceiling of his residence on Wednesday. Pratap Nagar police are handling the case. Police sources said Jitendra Kumar Shrivastav (30), a resident of Harihant Kohinoor Apartment, behind Bhange lawn, killed himself by hanging self to the ceiling of his residence. His family members discovered the hanging body of Jitendra and informed Pratap Nagar police. Cops performed panchanama and sent the body for autopsy to Government Medical College and Hospital.