Mardan 8th Class Student Muhammad Farooq commits suicide
Another day. Another student committed suicide!
Muhammad Farooq, a student of 8th class in Mardan, while leaving to attend his exam, threatened by his father to get high marks. After he was done with the paper he came to his room & suicides because of the academic pressure & high parents expectations.
Law enforcement have initiated analysis into the event. They said it might be too early to state anything about the circumstances where the college student dedicated suicide.
Although, suicide ratio in Pakistan is leaner when compared with other countries of the world, however, these incidents bring disturbance. Numbers show that Pakistan’s ratio is one fifth of global numbers which noises good. However, additionally it is partially because some suicide instances go unreported in Pakistan credited to fear interpersonal stigma.
Suicide is a significant public ailment, being the 10th leading reason behind death in every age groups. However, these instances are under-reported in Pakistan not only because of the sociable stigma but also the legal implications.
No proper data is on suicides in Pakistan and reviews tend to be compiled from media reviews. It is discovered that generally of suicides, the victims experienced stress-related illness. Credited to insufficient medicine or attention, the stress develops to an degree that the patients take the extreme step.
Health experts claim that despite the insufficient resources and great patient-load, there is a need to keep an eye open for potential cases and also to priorities their management.