Aurangabad, March 18:
A married, trying to end her life by jumping from the Seven Hills Flyover got saved due to the alertness of two persons riding a motorcycle and the promptness of the Kranti Chowk police team. The incident took place today at 12.15 pm. Later on, the woman, along with her husband and son, was handed over to the Cidco police station.
It is learnt that the woman, her husband and son shifted to Aurangabad from Parbhani district in search of a job. They are petty labourers and are staying in a hutment near Jhalta Phata. Today afternoon, the family was passing through the road beneath the flyover. In the meantime, the husband and wife entered into arguments and quarrelled with each other. In a fit of rage, the married woman climbed up the flyover from its end (opposite Hotel Atithi) to end her life. While she came running on the flyover and was climbing up the parapet wall, two citizens riding on one motorcycle (going from Akashwani to Cidco Chowk) immediately rushed and pulled her back and saved the woman.
Co-incidentally, the police team comprising inspector of Kranti Chowk police station Amol Devkar, PSI Gajanan Sontakke, head constable Mangesh Pawar, police naik Narendra Gujar, Javed Pathan, constable Santosh Reddy and Krishna Chaudhary were passing through in official jeep to take Covid-19 vaccine. The cops stopped the vehicle and took the woman in possession. They offered her water to drink. Later on, asked her empathetically about the reason for suicide, she narrated that they are migrant labourers and quarrel with her husband prompted her to end the life.