29-year-old Indian man ends life in Canada after girlfriend 'cheats' on him

Updated: 18 November, 2020 07:07 IST | mid-day online correspondent | Hyderabad

The deceased who ran a YouTube channel shared his ordeal through a video.

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A 29-year-old man from Hyderabad ended his life in Canada by inhaling nitrogen gas after his girlfriend abandoned him.

According to a report on The New Indian Express, Pranay Puchhakayala, in his suicide note alleged that the woman had cheated him and also urged authorities to donate his organs.

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Pranay’s parents were informed by the Canadian authorities. He had gone to Canada to pursue higher studies.

The deceased who ran a YouTube account shared his ordeal through a video.

In the video, he says, “The woman and I were in love, we had also got a marriage license, and were staying together. However, she cheated on me. She got a H1B visa and left for the USA.”

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His family members shared condolence messages on social media. “His wish was to be heard. We all tried everything possible to get him out of it for more than a month. He was always honest, sweet, funny and loving,” read a post.

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First Published: 18 November, 2020 07:07 IST

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