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Relatives Of Deceased NEET Aspirant Leave Kota After Tragic Suicides

The bereaved families received the bodies of the two students, Adarsh Raj and Avishkar Sambhaji Kasle, who tragically lost their lives on Sunday.

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In the aftermath of the tragic suicides, a poignant narrative unfolds as a sister and cousin of one of the NEET aspirants, who ended his life, make the difficult choice to leave their studies in the Kota coaching hub and return home, reeling from the profound loss. The heart-wrenching decision is underscored by their shared childhood and educational journey with the deceased student, Adarsh Raj.

The bereaved families received the bodies of the two students, Adarsh Raj and Avishkar Sambhaji Kasle, who tragically lost their lives on Sunday. Adarsh Raj's uncle, upon arriving in Kota to collect the body, expressed a somber acceptance, stating, "Even in the company of his sister and cousin brother, this tragic event unfolded. It was, perhaps, destiny." The poignant sentiment captures the profound impact of the incidents.

Following a postmortem by a medical board, Adarsh Raj's body was handed over to his family members. In a similar vein, Avishkar Kasle's body was entrusted to his maternal grandmother after he tragically jumped from the sixth floor of his coaching institute's building.

Avishkar's fatal leap came shortly after he walked out of an examination room, following a test. The unsettling sequence of events marked a tragic end to a distressing day, as he took his life at around 3.15 pm. Later in the evening, Adarsh Raj's life was also cut short as he hanged himself in his rented accommodation, sending shockwaves through the community.

Amidst the profound grief, the police have initiated separate investigations under Section 174 of the CrPC for both cases, delving into the circumstances surrounding these deeply tragic losses.

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