New Delhi, Mar 6 (UNI) Exam-related stress claimed two lives in the Capital while a woman hanged herself allegedly due to frustration in her marriage.
According to police sources, 16-year-old Manju of north-west Delhi's Jehangirpuri hanged herself at her residence last night after she performed badly in her Sanskrit paper yesterday.
Manju, a Class XI student at a government school, left no suicide note but her family members said she was feeling low as her paper had gone bad.
In the second incident of the same district in Rohini, first year student Dolly (21) was found hanging at her Sector 3 residence.
Family members said she was finding it difficult to cope with the stress due to her forthcoming exams.
A student of SPM Girls College, Dolly left no suicide note.
In the third incident of suicide 23-year-old Sadhana from north-east Delhi's Karawal Nagar allegedly committed suicide due to depression as she was being forced to shift to her parents-in-law's house in a village.
Victim's neighbours told police that accustomed to city life, Sadhana, a student of BA (Finals) through correspondence, was married last June to Kaushal in a village she was not comfortable going to.
A resident of Johripur in Karawal Nagar, she was found hanging late last night.
However, no suicide note has been recovered, police added.
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