In a tragic incident that shocked the community of Padmanabham village, a family attempted mass suicide by consuming sleeping pills. Kommuri Chinnayya, his wife, and their two children were found unconscious in their home. Chinnayya, in a heartbreaking letter, cited overwhelming debt as the reason behind their desperate act.
Despite the prompt intervention of emergency services, Chinnayya succumbed to the effects of the sleeping pills. However, his wife and their two children were rushed to a nearby hospital where they are currently undergoing treatment.
The incident has sparked concern and sorrow among villagers, who are grappling with the harsh reality of financial struggles faced by many families in the region. According to sources close to the family, Chinnayya had been burdened by mounting debt, which ultimately drove him to take such extreme measures.
Padmanabham police have initiated an investigation into the matter, registering a case to understand the circumstances leading to the attempted mass suicide. Authorities are urging community members to come forward with any information that could assist in the investigation.
This tragic event serves as a stark reminder of the pressing need for support systems and resources to address financial distress within rural communities. Local authorities are expected to assist the surviving family members as they recover from this devastating ordeal.
As the community mourns the loss of Chinnayya and prays for the swift recovery of his wife and children, discussions on tackling the root causes of financial instability and providing mental health support are gaining momentum among residents of Padmanabham village.