17-year-old Girl Ends Life Due to 'Constant Teasing' by Three Men in Maharashtra, Trio Held

 A 17-year-old young lady purportedly balanced herself to death at her home in Maharashtra's Pandharpur town as she was tired of the "steady prodding" by three men, a cop said on Sunday. The young lady was discovered holding tight December 7 morning, police said. 

The high schooler, who was trying to join Indian Army, additionally left a self destruction note in which she named the three men, they said. "We have captured every one of the three people under applicable segments of the IPC," senior assessor Prashant Bhasme of Pandharpur provincial police headquarters said. 

"According to the self destruction note, one of the charged had held the expired's hand and had undermined her not talk about it," he said. Three days after the young lady took her life, her family discovered a self destruction note in one of her scratch pad, he said. 

"In the note, the young lady composed that her fantasy about wearing the Army uniform and tri-shading identification would not work out as she planned to end it all because of the steady prodding by three blamed," Bhasme added. She blamed the three men for crushing her fantasies about joining the military and apologized 'Bharat mata' and her folks for taking her life, he said. 

"In the note, the young lady asserted that the three blamed used to pass comments at her, because of which she felt annoyed," said the official.

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