The Mumbai police on Friday tracked down a 28-year-old man who had sent 200 emails including to police, media organisations and banks saying that he was going to end his life. The police eventually tracked him down and counselled him.
An officer said that on Thursday, the Mumbai police received an email from the man who said he was going to end his life. He had emailed several banks and media organisations as well about his intent to kill himself.
Since the location of the sender was traced to Vikhroli, the crime branch (unit VII) led by inspector Mahesh Tawde started looking for him. Eventually they found him in Vikhroli but did not find anything on his person.
“However, when we checked his phone, we found that he had searched for information related to procuring a ‘death injection’,” Tawde said. When the police asked him why he wanted to end his life, he said that he had run up a loan of around Rs 3 lakh and lost his job.
“He was worried that the banks would start harassing him and hence decided to end his life,” the officer added.
The police took his family members into confidence and informed them about the incident. They counselled the man and told the family to take care of him.
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