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Using barely 2-3 per cent of the earth?the city is to stick together.48 MMT in 2015-2016.000 tonnes of tur and other pulses; it aims to double the volume of the imports by 2020-2021. Head constable Gyanendra Rathi’s father Gopi Chand.Express photo by Gajendra Yadav While senior police officers say extending a “helping hand” in the form of counselling could be a solution they maintain that such suicides usually happen due to “family issues” Families on the other hand don’t believe that’s the case Head constable Pramod Kumar (50) left two suicide notes before hanging himself at his residence in Mandawali on August 23 2015 One said that “nobody should be troubled” by his decision another asked his son to take care of the family But those hardly give any closure to relatives still grappling with questions Kumar’s ailing 65-year-old mother says she still rues the fact that she couldn’t see her son before he died “Sab bhagwan hi marzi hai kaun kab chale jaaye” she says about the incident Many in Kumar’s family point to the death of his cousin the same month as a possible reason for his suicide Others say he was so busy with work that he had “very little time for his family” On the day he killed himself Kumar dropped off his wife at a relative’s place and sent the children away for some work “We wonder if he would have changed his mind had his wife been home” says his mother Kumar’s 25-year-old son Vishal says he too wants to be a policeman but not on “compassionate grounds” He says his father always seemed “very positive” and never complained about work “If we had have any clue this would not have happened” he says *** The “cluelessness” families talk of is a common thread in many such suicides According to clinical psychologist Rajat Mitra director of Swanchetan society of mental health “Policemen remain cut off from their family for long periods of time and often don’t discuss work with them Eventually they stop sharing work-related stress and other problems with their wives parents or relatives When they are unable to take it anymore they commit suicide The families have no clue why they took the step” Delhi Police’s chief spokesperson Dependra Pathak says a simple chat with seniors can sometimes alleviate an officer’s “depression” “It (suicides) may be due to family problems or the police force They should contact senior officers and discuss; it is the duty of an officer to listen to the grievances of his junior and do the needful Any officer can come and contact a senior including the head of the force (through an application or request) at any time They can discuss their personal grievances or family problems with them” he says But this is easier said than done Head Constable Chandpal Singh (45) had served in the force for 24 years when he decided to kill himself — the first cop suicide in the capital this year It was at 830 am on January 2 and Singh was on duty at the Supreme Court Rathi’s wife Tanu Express photo by Gajendra Yadav A suicide note left behind chronicled Singh’s problems An officer who investigated the case says many points were written in a “zigzag manner on two pages” and it seemed the note had been written over a week’s time His note revealed a myriad of issues — lack of support from his wife a land dispute with his brother money he owed someone and insufficient leaves Singh who hailed from Uttar Pradesh’s Baghpat district and stayed at R K Puram Police Colony in Delhi with his wife and children was also stressed that one of his sons was visually impaired and that treatment had been ineffective “The duty hours are long there’s a lot of work pressure Plus you’re expected to take care of the family It’s not easy” says the investigating officer “I have two sons but I attended the parent-teacher meeting of my eldest son 16 years after he started going to school When both my sons were born I was out of the city conducting raids to nab criminals” he added He emphasises that spousal support ought to act as a counterbalance to pressures at work “We don’t give much time to our families which leads to tension between husband and wife When we focus on home work gets affected and our seniors express dissatisfaction Who do we prioritise” he says On compensation to families police sources said five per cent vacancies are reserved for kin of personnel who die during service DCP (establishment branch) R S Sanjeev said the families are also provided financial help “Every case is considered under legal judgments rules and norms Our screening committee which is headed by senior officers considers these cases and provides help on compassionate grounds” *** The most recent case of an officer committing suicide was on June 10 when 41-year-old head constable Har Bhagwan shot himself in front of his colleagues at a resting room in Shahbad Dairy police station Those who knew him say Bhagwan who has two daughters and a son showed “no suicidal tendencies” His son Ritik who turns 18 next year and will be eligible to join the force as constable on “compassionate grounds” says his father was an “easy going man” with a fondness for old movies The last movie they watched together was Border he says adding “He liked Hindi serials too” Head constable Pramod Kumar’s mother?s decision to attract foreign capital so that innumerable unnecessary restrictions that are being placed today on foreign investors can be removed.Written by Ila Patnaik | Published: September 3 The survey points out,there is no credible roadmap to managing inflation, loss of livelihood and health that we were witness to?

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