Two sisters die by suicide at Agra ashram

  • | Sunday | 12th November, 2023

AGRA: Two sisters, staying at a Brahma Kumaris ashram in Agra, allegedly hanged themselves to death on Friday night. In suicide notes addressed to CM Yogi Adityanath, the duo blamed four people associated with the spiritual organisation, accusing them of usurping their money to the tune of Rs 25 lakh and demanded life imprisonment for them.Shikha Singhal (34) and Ekta (38) had been staying at the ashram in Jagner locality for a year.They were found dead around 11pm on Friday. They also sent suicide notes to the Brahma Kumaris groups and their family members on WhatsApp, holding four people -- Neeraj Singhal, his father Tarachand, Guddal and Poonam (currently residing in an ashram in Gwalior) -- responsible for their extreme step. ACP Mahesh Kumar said, We recovered the suicide notes. Three men were arrested.We also published the following articles recentlyPolice on lookout for accused in dalit teens suicideA 16-year-old boy from a Dalit community in Pudukkottai district, Tamil Nadu, allegedly committed suicide after being assaulted and verbally abused for speaking to a girl from an upper caste. The police are now searching for the suspects involved in the incident, and the case has been registered as a caste-based atrocity. An NGO, Evidence, conducted an investigation and called on the government to provide compensation and a monthly pension to the boys family.What is Brahma Hatya Dosha? Its Effects and RemediesAstrology can reveal a persons life story and influence their path. One dosha, Brahma Hatya Dosha, is often misunderstood but holds significance. It refers to the karmic imbalances resulting from harming a Brahmin in a past life. This dosha can have adverse effects on an individuals career, relationships, finances, knowledge, and health. Remedies include conducting puja, donating to Brahmins, reciting mantras, practicing yoga and meditation, avoiding negative actions, and seeking forgiveness.Teen told to keep off phone, dies by suicideA 15-year-old student in India committed suicide after his parents asked him to stop spending too much time on his phone and focus on his studies. The incident happened on Sunday when the boy argued with his family, left the house, and hanged himself from a tree. According to police, the boys father wanted him to prioritize his academics over his phone. If you need help or are experiencing suicidal thoughts, you can contact suicide-prevention helplines.

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