Pandemic: 2 Asians Commit suicide in Kuwait Today
In less than 24 hours, Two expatriates workers, including a COVID-19 patient from Nepal, and an Indian, have committed suicide by hanging themselves.
Security source added the a Nepalese man, who was receiving treatment for his infection, ended his life by hanging himself with a rope inside one of the bathrooms of the quarantine facility set up at the exhibition grounds in Mishref. An investigation was opened into the incident to determine the reasons, which are still mysterious.
In Al Ahmadi stables, an Indian worker ended his life by hanging for reasons yet to be determined by Kuwait Investigators.
Kuwait Suicide Hotline Number – Available from 9AM to 12PM
Hotline for Police Community (managed by therapists)
94000435 – 94000463
Yesterday, An Indian expat committed suicide by jumping from the 29th floor from a tower in the State of Kuwait in the Salhiya area. After investigation it was found that he was technician working in the tower, initial report proved that the incident was considered suicide at a time when the prosecution was informed and a case was registered. This is a third suicide case reported today.
In April, 2 Indian expats in the Farwaniya and Mangaf area committed suicide by hanging their bodies. The first suicide incident was reported to Kuwait MOI, as reported security and medical paramedics rushed to the location immediately.
Later, Asian Man Live Streams Suicide To Girlfriend Through Video Call As, Ministry of Interior received a report on the incident police and paramedics rushed to the location and saw the corpse dangling from a rope.
An Indian woman commits suicide by hanging herself in her sponsor’s house in Sabah Al-Nasser due to differences with her family in India. The suicide incident was reported to Kuwait Ministry of Interior, as reported security and medical paramedics rushed to the location immediately.
It’s often difficult to imagine what led a friend, family member, or celebrity to commit suicide. There may have been no clear warning signs, and you may wonder what clues you might have missed. Often, many factors combine to lead a person to the decision to take their own life. It’s often an act made during a storm of strong emotions and life stresses rather than after careful consideration.
According to the latest WHO data published in 2017 Suicide Deaths in Kuwait reached 154 or 1.73% of total deaths. The age adjusted Death Rate is 4.16 per 100,000 of population ranks Kuwait #157 in the world.
Close to 800 000 people die due to suicide every year, which is one person every 40 seconds. Suicide is a global phenomenon and occurs throughout the lifespan. Effective and evidence-based interventions can be implemented at population, sub-population and individual levels to prevent suicide and suicide attempts. There are indications that for each adult who died by suicide there may have been more than 20 others attempting suicide.