In a painful incident that shook the Egyptian street and witnessed it in one of the villages of the city of Al-Mahalla Al-Kubra in the Gharbia Governorate, a twenty-year-old girl committed suicide with a bullet in the head, because her father refused to enroll her in the Faculty of Pharmacy in a private university.
In the details, the security services received a report that a girl committed suicide in Gharbia Governorate. It was found through preliminary investigations that the late woman was suffering from a psychological crisis following disputes with her father, an Egyptian businessman.
Security investigations revealed that the girl was named Sarah, and that she was 17 years old.
It also turned out that she did not complete her secondary school until she ended her life due to disagreements with her father.
According to the information, the deceased girl infiltrated her father’s office at home and obtained a “licensed” firearm and returned to her room and fired a bullet in the head, killing her instantly.
While the neighbors confirmed that Sarah was academically superior, she obtained a high school score that did not qualify her to enroll in one of the top colleges in public universities, which sparked disputes with her father.
They confirmed that her desire was to enter the Faculty of Pharmacy at a private university, which was rejected by her father and prompted her to get rid of her life.
In addition, the victim’s body was transported to the morgue of Mahalla General Hospital by ambulance.
The Criminal Investigation Department was tasked with investigating to uncover the circumstances and circumstances of the incident.
A report was also drawn up on the incident, and the Egyptian Public Prosecution was notified to conduct the investigation.