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India TV news anchor tries to suicide due to seniors’ mental harassment

New Delhi, 23 June-2014(Navbharattimes): India TV news anchor Tanu Sharma tried to commit suicide on Sunday, reportedly, blaming her seniors for pushing her to it. Before the suicide attempt, she wrote a note on social networking site Facebook saying that she has written names of her seniors and blamed them for mental harassment, conspiracy and betrayal. Tanu Sharma has been admitted to Kailash Hospital in Noida. Meanwhile, her condition is said to be stable.

India TV news anchor tries to suicide due to seniors’ mental harassment

India TV news anchor tries to suicide due to seniors' mental harassment

India TV news anchor Tanu Sharma tried to commit suicide on Sunday, reportedly, blaming her seniors for pushing her to it. Before the suicide attempt, she wrote a note on social networking site Facebook saying that she has written names of her seniors and blamed them for mental harassment, conspiracy and betrayal

India TV news anchor tries to suicide due to seniors' mental harassment

While talking to Millennium Post over phone, Kailash Hospital PRO VB Joshi said: ‘She was brought here on Sunday morning. She consumed poison and her condition is said to be stable now. She will be kept under observation as the next 24 hours will be crucial for her.’

According to the sources, Tanu Sharma took some kind of poison or drug while she was in the office. People did not take her Facebook suicide note seriously until she started vomiting blood. She was taken to Kailash hospital immediately after security guards informed management. She started her career in January 2002. She had worked with four news channels (Jain, Sahara, Zee and P7) before joining India TV channel. [Input source: NBT]

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2 comments

  1. very very shameful.culprits should be taken to task.

  2. Tanu joined in February, and the incident took place in first week of July. Why did India TV not give her any notices in writing ? They are a profession organization. Is there no video evidence in their offices, like CCTVs when they are able to spend 26-40 lacks on an employee build up ? Definitely there is something fishy in this organization, which the police should dig out. But will they do it, when they have corporates and politicians as their patrons ?

    WHAT CAN WE EXPECT FROM OUR NEW MODI SARKAR ?