Delhi Police saves woman from committing suicide
New Delhi: Delhi Police on Thursday said that they have saved a woman from committing suicide in South Delhi's Sangam Vihar area.
According to police on July 3, a PCR call was received regarding a suicide bid at her house in Sangam Vihar which was marked to sub-inspector (SI) Sachin and was passed to ERV -34 also.
Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) Sunder Lal ( IC ERV) with driver head constable (HC) Harish, immediately reached the spot in shortest possible time and saw through grilled window that a lady was hanging with ceiling Fan on the third floor and her two children,(16year old girl and 8-year-old son), were locked by the lady herself in the adjacent room.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (South) Vijay Kumar said that HC Sandeep beat Officer also reached the spot at the same time and immediately called the welder from the adjacent lane.
All the three police officials, along with welder, helped in cutting the grilled window of the room within a span of 5-6 minutes and entered the room, cut down the Chunni, opened the knot tied around the throat and, HC Harish with the help of ladies present there carried the unconscious lady Asha Devi aged 36 yr from 3rd floor and brought her down to PCR van, which also arrived at the spot.
She was shifted to the trauma centre and currently is under treatment. The husband of the victim was stated to be on job in Gurgaon, while the third child was in School.
"The staff has done the tremendous humane and pious job by saving the life of a human being and a mother of three children," said DCP South adding that there was family dispute due to which the woman tried to commit suicide.