Facebook sent an SOS to the social media centre at the DGP headquarters in Lucknow about a NEET aspirant in Lucknow who ended his life by consuming a poisonous substance and assisted cops in reaching the scene and saving his life.Information Guide Nigeria
This was part of an agreement between the Uttar Pradesh Police and the social networking site to save lives through real-time alerts and action to prevent suicides.
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According to the agreement, anyone who posts on social media about their intention to commit suicide will receive an alert from the police control room and assistance will be provided immediately.
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“We have directed all the policemen to respond quickly to social media posts related to suicide and save the lives of persons who post such messages. Facebook has partnered with us so that we can respond immediately,” he said.
Additional CP (West) Chiranjeev Nath Sinha went straight to the house of the 29-year-old man who had posted the suicide note.
The man admitted to making a mistake and promised not to do so again.
“He said that he took the step due to mental tension he was facing after not being able to qualify NEET and he was counselled that it was not the end of life. We have provided him the police mobile number and asked him to feel free in calling up whenever he has any problem,” said Sinha.JAMB Result
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