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APSHRC sends official to inquire into teacher suicide incident

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Hyderabad, August 24, 2007

Basing on the reports that appeared in the print and electronic media, the AP State Human Rights Commission on Friday has sent an officials to Kadapa to make inquiry into the case pertaining to suicide of teacher Sunita.

It may be recalled that Sunita committed suicide by hanging herself unable to bear humiliation at the hands of a couple of students who filmed her using their mobile phone camera when taking bath and later threatening her of circulate the same if she fails to pay Rs. 5,000.

The APSHRC Chairman, B Subhashan Reddy said that the Commission Secretary S Chellappa has been instructed to go to Kadapa and make oral inquiries on the entire incident. Meanwhile, the police arrested the two students who are believed to be involved in the incident. They were produced before the IInd Additional District Magistrate Subha Vani and were remanded to judicial custody.

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