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Man commits suicide in northeast Delhi

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

A 30-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging at his home as he was tensed over unable to pay his debts in northeast Delhi's Nagar area, police said today.

Abu Taalim, who used to sell shoes on a cart in Gurgaon, hung himself from the ceiling last evening, a senior police officer said.



His family members alleged that he committed suicide as he could not get money despite standing in long queues. However, police ruled out this theory.

"Abu had borrowed money from his brothers and wasn't able to pay back. He was tensed as they wanted their money back. He was facing monetary issues and couldn't even manage his household expenses," the officer said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Man commits suicide in northeast Delhi

A 30-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging at his home as he was tensed over unable to pay his debts in northeast Delhi's Jyoti Nagar area, police said today. Abu Taalim, who used to sell shoes on a cart in Gurgaon, hung himself from the ceiling last evening, a senior police officer said. His family members alleged that he committed suicide as he could not get money despite standing in long queues. However, police ruled out this theory. "Abu had borrowed money from his brothers and wasn't able to pay back. He was tensed as they wanted their money back. He was facing monetary issues and couldn't even manage his household expenses," the officer said. A 30-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging at his home as he was tensed over unable to pay his debts in northeast Delhi's Nagar area, police said today.

Abu Taalim, who used to sell shoes on a cart in Gurgaon, hung himself from the ceiling last evening, a senior police officer said.

His family members alleged that he committed suicide as he could not get money despite standing in long queues. However, police ruled out this theory.

"Abu had borrowed money from his brothers and wasn't able to pay back. He was tensed as they wanted their money back. He was facing monetary issues and couldn't even manage his household expenses," the officer said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Man commits suicide in northeast Delhi

A 30-year-old man allegedly committed suicide by hanging at his home as he was tensed over unable to pay his debts in northeast Delhi's Nagar area, police said today.

Abu Taalim, who used to sell shoes on a cart in Gurgaon, hung himself from the ceiling last evening, a senior police officer said.

His family members alleged that he committed suicide as he could not get money despite standing in long queues. However, police ruled out this theory.

"Abu had borrowed money from his brothers and wasn't able to pay back. He was tensed as they wanted their money back. He was facing monetary issues and couldn't even manage his household expenses," the officer said.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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