Suicide cases reduced by 4.5 percent in Haryana


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Chandigarh

Published by: ajay kumar
Updated Sat, Nov 6, 2021 12:02 PM M. IST

Summary

During the Corona period, there was an increase in suicide cases in the country last year. But in Haryana these numbers have dropped. While in neighboring Punjab state, 2,616 people committed suicide in 2020, while in 2019 the figure was 2,357. At the same time, the number of suicides in the Union Territory of Chandigarh was 128 and 131, respectively.

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While the people of the country and the world were under stress during the Corona epidemic, the people of Haryana faced the disease with courage. While the country saw an increase in the number of suicide cases in 2020, Haryana has seen a 4.5 percent decrease in cases compared to last year.

Data released by the National Criminal Records Bureau (NCRB) confirms that the people of the state did not give up the longing to live even during confinement and virus infection. According to the report, a total of 4,001 people committed suicide in Haryana in 2020, that is, an average of 11 people gave their lives every day. Of these, 3,084 were men and 917 women. While in 2019, 4,191 committed suicide. Of these, 3,297 were men and 894 were women. Therefore, in Haryana, this number has dropped by 190, which is 4.5 percent less.

According to the report, 1 lakh 53,52 people died in the country last year and the suicide rate was 11.3. While in the year 2019, 1 lakh 39,123 people committed suicide in the country and the suicide rate was 10.4 percent. The main reasons for committing suicide are domestic problems, marital relationships, illnesses, etc.

The case under section 309 will be registered for attempted suicide: Attorney Hemant
Attorney Hemant said that a case is registered against the person attempting suicide under section 309 of the IPC. It will be punished with a custodial sentence of either of the two denominations for a period that may be extended to one year (prison) or with a fine, or both. Under the Mental Health Care Act 2017, central and state governments have a duty to make appropriate arrangements for the care, treatment and rehabilitation of those who have attempted suicide to prevent it from happening again in the future. .

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While the people of the country and the world were under stress during the Corona epidemic, the people of Haryana faced the disease with courage. While the country saw an increase in the number of suicide cases in 2020, Haryana has seen a 4.5 percent decrease in cases compared to last year.

Data released by the National Criminal Records Bureau (NCRB) confirms that the people of the state did not give up the longing to live even during confinement and virus infection. According to the report, a total of 4,001 people committed suicide in Haryana in 2020, that is, an average of 11 people gave their lives every day. Of these, 3,084 were men and 917 women. While in 2019, 4,191 committed suicide. Of these, 3,297 were men and 894 were women. Therefore, in Haryana, this number has dropped by 190, which is 4.5 percent less.

According to the report, 1 lakh 53,52 people died in the country last year and the suicide rate was 11.3. While in the year 2019, 1 lakh 39,123 people committed suicide in the country and the suicide rate was 10.4 percent. The main reasons for committing suicide are domestic problems, marital relationships, illnesses, etc.

The case under section 309 will be registered for attempted suicide: Attorney Hemant

Attorney Hemant said that a case is registered against the person attempting suicide under section 309 of the IPC. It will be punished with a custodial sentence of either of the two denominations for a period that may be extended to one year (prison) or with a fine, or both. Under the Mental Health Care Act 2017, central and state governments have a duty to make appropriate arrangements for the care, treatment and rehabilitation of those who have attempted suicide to prevent it from happening again in the future. .

In the era of coronavirus and confinement, cases of stress increased due to loneliness. The food and lifestyle of the people of Haryana are different from other states. There is still a close family tradition here. That is why the people here were able to fight this bad stage with force. -Doctor. Vivek Garg, psychiatrist.


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