Thiruvananthapuram, May 5: A girl student of city college tried to commit suicide as the SFI leaders forced her to attend party programmes by missing her classes, police said.
Police said the girl, who is out of danger, wrote in her suicide note that she was denied classes by the SFI leaders and they forced her to attend party events by pro CPI(M) student union, SFI.
Police said the girl is recovering now. She was rushed to the Medical College Hospital on Friday morning by the cleaning staff of the hostel after they saw her in an unconscious stage.
Meanwhile, her parents filed a missing complaint before the Aattingal Police on Thursday after they came to know that her mobile phone was switched off from the previous day.In her suicide note, the first year degree student said she was threatened by SFI leaders several time and forced her to attend party marches leading to missing of her classes.
She was threatened for not sharing pro-CPI(M) posts in social media groups. Though she complained to the Principal, no action was taken against the SFI leaders forcing her to take the extreme step. (UNI)