New Delhi, July 9: In yet another shocking incident, a 23-year-old civil services aspirant allegedly attempted suicide by jumping in front of a metro train at Karol Bagh Metro Station on Monday. The man, a resident of Mumbai, was preparing for Civil Services and was living with his friend in East Delhi’s Nirman Vihar. Also Read - Adhyayan Suman: My 14 films Were Shelved And Box-Office Collection of Some Was Projected Wrongly
“There was a case of attempted suicide at Karol Bagh Metro Station as the train approached a platform, heading towards Noida at 9:30 am,” a senior DMRC official said adding the “service were briefly affected.” Also Read - Sushant Singh Rajput Case Update: Subramanian Swamy Jumps in to Appoint Advocate For CBI Inquiry
Speaking to PTI, a senior police official informed that the incident took place at 9:30 am on the Blue Line when the man allegedly jumped in front of a Noida-bound metro as the train was approaching the platform. Also Read - Kanwaljeet Singh Objects to Govt's COVID-19 Rule, Asks 'Will They Wake up After a Senior Actor's Suicide?'
The man was immediately rushed to Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital. He has sustained a head injury and being kept under observation.
A similar incident was reported couple of days ago, when a 57-year-old man had attempted suicide by jumping in front of a moving train at the JLN Stadium metro station.