- After the death of the husband, the wife also gave her life
- Husband Ranger and wife were assistant professors in private college
- The love of both started 18 years ago from Korba in Chhattisgarh.
The growing epidemic of corona is now beginning to affect the mentality of the people. Disappointment of the environment is now affecting the thinking of the people. In Indore, Madhya Pradesh, the wife, who had been treating her husband for 15 days, was so disappointed in her death that she hanged herself in the house. Their love
The case Pawan, 32-year-old Neha Pawar’s husband, living in Century Park in the Rajendra Nagar police station area of Indore, was hit by the corona virus 15 days ago. He was undergoing treatment in a private hospital. Shubham was recently selected for the post of Ranger through Public Service Commission examination. He was going to Dehradun for training, but before that Corona became positive. Pawan died during treatment on Wednesday morning. Two and a half hours later Neha also reached home and hanged herself.
When Pawan fell ill, Neha was with him. Four days ago, his health worsened, and both of his family members also came to Indore. Seeing the condition of Pawan, Neha often pleaded with the family to save her. She used to say that if something happens to Pawan, she too will not be able to stay alive. And he did that. If Pawan died before her eyes, she could not bear it.
After Pawan’s death, the family was preparing to take his body to Barwani. Neha went with brother Anurag on the pretext of taking clothes from the house. On reaching home, he stopped his brother downstairs and went upstairs himself. After waiting for 10-15 minutes, the brother called. When Neha did not pick up the phone, Anurag went inside the house. By then Neha had fallen on the noose. He immediately informed the police.
Life is very precious. Tough times come in everyone’s life, but with a little courage and courage, it also comes out. Some people take suicidal steps in difficult times of life. But if depression or stress is overcome in time, then a new door of hope opens in life. If someone you know is suffering from depression, then he can contact the National Institute of Mental Health and Neuro Sciences (NIMHANS). By calling here, he can explain his problem, where the doctor will give him the necessary advice. Helpline number for depression: 08046110007