Trigger warning: This article discusses the sensitive topic of suicide. If you’re not comfortable reading about the subject, proceed with caution. Recently, a woman allegedly attempted to die by suicide after an argument broke out between her boyfriend and her. The incident took place at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport or the RGIA in Hyderabad. Luckily, the woman was rescued and no harm came to her. The police also arrived at the scene to look into the matter.
Woman Attempts Suicide At Hyderabad Airport; Saved
Who hasn’t had ugly fights with their significant other? However, this particular woman had an extreme reaction. After a fight broke out between her significant other and her, she allegedly attempted to die by suicide.
According to an article recently published by the Deccan Herald, the woman attempted to jump down from the departure ramp railing. The incident took place on the 9th of June, Friday around 11 o’clock at night. Luckily, as she was attempting to jump down, a paid porter saw her.
The porter then hurried over to save her life and was successful in doing so. Soon after this incident happened, the police approached and looked into the matter. The couple were taken to the nearby police station to further investigate the matter.
The Police Gave The Couple Some Counselling
Not many other details about the incidents are known. However, witnessing the messy situation between the couple, the police gave the two some counselling. After speaking with the two of them, the woman requested to be let go separately and so she was.
This is a relevant time to remind the readers that if they’ve been having suicidal thoughts, there are ways to effectively deal with them. Seeking professional help is always an option and is nothing to be embarrassed or ashamed about.
Everybody has tough times in their lives and some have it worse than others. However, help is always available.
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