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Mahmoud Mohsen, Staff Reporter
The Sharjah Police are investigating into the suicide of a 22-year-old Indian, RGB, who was found hanging in his residence after experiencing psychological disorders.
The deceased reportedly revealed these disorders continuously through his personal accounts on social networking platforms.
In detail, the Operations Room at the Sharjah Police received on Saturday evening a tip off alerting the suicide of an Asian who hanged himself in his room.
Police patrols and national ambulance rushed to the scene to discover the deceased tied himself with a rope. Medical experts declared him dead.
The body was taken to a hospital and the police are investigating.
Initial investigations revealed that the victim previously declared through more than 10 videos on his personal account on TikTok his inability to reach a girl he loved and that he could not meet her because she was in her home country.
He added she did not answer his calls also.
One of the videos included him committing suicide.
Sharjah Police affirmed, after completing investigations and summoning a number of his roommates that there was no criminal suspicion about the incident.
The incident was reported to police around 4:00am, and patrols were immediately dispatched to the scene to investigate the death.
The girl died on spot due to her injuries after the fatal fall.
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