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Bengaluru: Engineering student jumps off 6th floor, dies


Team Udayavani, Oct 21, 2019, 6:55 PM IST

Bengaluru: An engineering student allegedly jumped from the 6th floor of a private college at Bellandur in Bengaluru on Monday.

The deceased identified as Harsha.

Reportedly, Harsha had got a job in a top company during campus selection, but the college management had torn Harsha’s call letter in front of him after he had complained against the college’s sub-standard food and drinking water.

Harsh was then rusticated from collegefollowing which committed suicide. Though he was rushed to Victoria hospital he succumbed to his injuries, informed sources.

A case has been registered at Parappana Agrahara police station.

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