(Mudhead Kullu) The cases of suicide and killing of their own mate in security forces in Kashmir are on the rise. In the early 8 months of this year

(Mudhead Kullu) The cases of suicide and killing of their own mate in security forces in Kashmir are on the rise. In the early 8 months of this year, 18 Jawans have committed suicide in Kashmir. While 6 youths have been killed in a frenzied attack by their own partner. This information was given by the army, para military force sources.

He said, 19 Jawans committed suicide in Kashmir in the last full year. This time the suicide figures came to a near par in 8 months. The reason for these cases is that the security personnel have to do more daily duty than they need. They are forced to stay away from the family for a long time. They are suffering from stress and depression.

The jawans are more disturbed who are directly deployed for anti-terrorism operations. Sometimes their patience is broken.

Corona's fear: CRPF's SI and ASI committed suicide in a single day in May

A major cause of suicides this year is also being termed as corona crisis. This has come out openly, especially in two cases of CRPF. According to sources, on May 12, a sub-inspector of CRPF was shot dead by his service rifle in the Akrun Matton area of Anantnag district.

The sub-inspector wrote in the Suside note, "I am scared. I can be corona positive. It is better to die. On the same day, an assistant sub-inspector of CRPF was also shot dead in Karan Nagar area of Srinagar. The case is also being described as a fear of corona. There are other apprehensions.

Measures: Counselling sessions for seals, promoting mental exercise

In Srinagar, CRPF PR officer Pankaj Singh said that frequent counselling sessions are being conducted to make the Jawans stress free. In addition, emphasis is being given to activities that benefit mental health in the morning exercise. On the other hand, an official said that top officials should arrange that their colleagues are not compelled to stay away from the family for a long time. They can spend enough time with the family.

Claim: Expert speaks out: Family problems a major cause of suicide

Dr. Yasir Hassan Rather, a psychiatrist in Kashmir, says that every month, many youths come to them to treat mental problems. They explain how they are troubled by the hard work culture. They are not able to get time for the necessary work many times.

Mental health advisor Wasim Rashid says the young men remain tense because they are not able to solve family problems for a long time. They sometimes take the path of suicide.

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