Female employee ate poison outside the college: Death, why did she take the extreme step? Police engaged in investigation

Inderpal Singh, Narmadapuram. Shobha Soni, a female employee of Government Kusum Mahavidyalaya in Seoni Malwa Tehsil of Narmadapuram district, Madhya Pradesh, consumed poisonous substance outside the college due to unknown reasons. After which the woman was admitted to the community center in critical condition, where the district hospital was referred in view of the serious condition. But the woman died on the way. After this the woman was brought to the Community Health Center. Here the police established a morgue and got the post-mortem done on the dead body of the woman.

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In this regard, Doctor Rishi Sahu of Government Hospital told that the woman Shobha Soni had consumed poisonous substance. Some people had brought the woman to the hospital in critical condition. The condition of the woman was deteriorating during treatment. Which was referred to the district hospital. But the woman died on the way. Police has been informed regarding the death of the woman. Postmortem of the deceased woman will be done after the police action. Why did the woman consume poison, it will be known from the police investigation.

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Station in-charge Gaurav Bundela said that information was received that 58-year-old woman Shobha Soni resident of Indira Colony had consumed poisonous substance in front of Government Kusum College. He died on the way while being taken to the district hospital. The police took the matter under investigation after establishing a marriage and got the woman’s PM done. It will be known only after the statement of the relatives that due to which reason the woman consumed poisonous substance.

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