Watch: 16-Year-Old Kota Student Commits Suicide After Recording Video Message To His Parents


Another case of suicide by a coaching student in Kota, a 16-year-old medical aspirant from Bihar has killed himself by jumping into the Chambal River and left a video message for his parents. He asked his younger brother to work hard to fulfill their parents’ dreams.

Aman Gupta, a class 11 student from Bihar, made a video where he apologized to his parents before jumping into the river. He had taken admission into a premier institute and was preparing for NEET. He was staying at a rented accommodation in Mahaveernagar II area.


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In the 11.14-minute long video clip shot on his mobile phone, Aman expresses self-guilt and says he wanted to go ahead in life but would not be able to do so now. “Papa always supported me but I brought shame to him in class 10th and (a) complaint was even made to the school principal then,”

“Everyone at the coaching institute and my friends helped me but I am not been able to do it right,” he said. “Do not cry for me and I am committing suicide without any reason as I do not want to live,” he added in the video clip.

SI said: “Aman left his room around 9 AM on Thursday and made calls to his friends around 1 PM informing them of his decision. His friends rushed to the spot and immediately informed us. After a rescue operation by the police and RAC personnel, the body could be recovered late in the evening” He added, “Aman’s footwear and his mobile phone were recovered from the place”.

According to sources at his coaching institute, Aman was doing well in studies. “Aman was a brilliant student and his study records show he has scored over 80 per cent marks in the tests conducted by the coaching institute,” said an official of the institute.

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