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Friday, 24 May 2024 12.25 PM IST

Unknown chemical or anesthetic drug? Police probing reason for Dr Abhirami's suicide

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Police are probing the reason behind the death of a young female doctor who committed suicide in a rented house here. The deceased Abhirami Balakrishnan (30), a native of Thiruvananthapuram in Vellanadu, was found dead inside the flat where she was staying as a paying guest. She was then admitted to the hospital and was given expert treatment but could not be saved.

A co-resident came home on Monday evening around 6:30 pm and noticed that the house was locked. After knocking and trying to contact the doctor on her mobile phone and there was no response. Then she contacted the house owners. Subsequently, the door was broke and the doctor was found in a weak state inside the flat. He was then taken to the medical college hospital and given expert treatment, but his life could not be saved.

The initial assessment is that she tried to commit suicide by injecting an unknown chemical substance. Four months ago, she got married to Pradesh, a native of Ramanattukara in Kollam and serving as a doctor in Mumbai. After completing his PG studies in medicine, she served as a senior resident doctor. A suicide note was found during the police investigation.

It will be clear from the police investigation whether it was family problems or something else that motivated the suicide. The body was shifted to the morgue for post-mortem. The medical college police took up the case and started investigation. Whether the unknown chemical is anesthetic drug can only be known after receiving the post-mortem report.

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