While there are a lot of problems happening in the world and people losing their lives due to various issues, a youngster leaving his life fighting for a mobile phone has come across as a shocker. Bindapur is an area located in Dwaraka near Delhi, Ranbir Singh resides in this area, and his17 year old son Gulshan is studying in a private college, in his first year of graduation.
He often fights with his sister, and even on last Saturday the siblings had a fight over a cell phone on who must use it, and both had been dragging the mobile phone towards each other, and Gulshan took the mobile phone and broke it. When their parents thought that Gulshan who went out after the mobile broke will return home, he never came and he was later found dead at their doorstep, shot dead.
However it was declared that he was
dead when brought to the hospital itself. It was later identified that
Gulshan had killed himself by shooting himself with a local gun, and this
being for a cell phone, has come across as a shocker.
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