A 35-years-old Indian social worker has allegedly committed suicide by hanging himself from a ceiling fan at home in UAE, reports source.
The victim named Sandeep Vellaloor, who works as a staff supervisor in RAK (Ras Al Khaimah) Emirate, has recently suffered huge financial loss after set-up of a transport company, which have forced him to hang himself from his permanent home, reports Khaleej Times on Sunday.
He was the father of three children and a popular social worker used to stay in UAE with two roommates. When he committed suicide two of his roommates were not present at their home and then he took the chance to hang himself to death.
Police forces have already started a probe into the incident, added the report.
An affiliated social worker Prasad Sreedharan said, “After coming back from work, they found the door locked from inside, and had to break open the lock to get in. To their shock, they found him hanging from the ceiling.” He was recently affiliated with a medical committee, which was constituted by the Consulate General of India in Dubai.
Mr. Vellalloor was the General Secretary of Yulan Kala Sahiti and also the team leader of the Friends Cricket Association.
Sreedharan further said that “He regularly organized blood donation camps in RAK. The Ministry of Health and Prevention had honored him in 2016 with a certificate of appreciation and memento for the humanitarian act.”
He added, “He contributed Rs. 400,000 to the family of an Indian worker who was paralyzed and then died in a road accident here in RAK in 2017.”
Three years ago, Mr. Vellalloor has sent his family to India and was staying in UAE with his two friends in a villa behind the RAK immigration department.
The victim’s body has been immediately shifted to the morgue at the Ibrahim Bin Obaidulla Hospital and the post-mortem will be shortly initiated, reports RAK IRC (Indian Relief Committee) Chief Nisham Noorudheen.