Saturday 12 November 2022
Books – Muhammad Shaaban:
Investigations by the Criminal Investigation Department of the Giza Security Directorate headed by Major General Abdel Aziz Selim revealed the circumstances of the suicide of a bride who jumped from the fourth floor in the Haram area, west of the governorate.
The search and investigation efforts undertaken by Major General Ahmed Al-Watidi, Director of Criminal Investigation, showed that the family of the 21-year-old girl violently abused her because of a problem in the intimate relationship with her husband, which caused her to suffer a psychological state, so she decided to dispose of her life in this way.
Brigadier General Ali Abdel Rahman, Chief of Investigations of the Western Sector, received a signal from the Emergency Police Department that a body had been found under the property of the Department of the Haram Department.
The criminal investigation men moved to the location of the communication, led by Colonel Hani Al-Husseini, inspector of the Haram Division, and Major Ahmed Essam, head of the Haram Investigations Department, and the body of “Huda MA”, aged 21, was found.
Preliminary investigations supervised by Major General Alaa Fathi, Deputy Director of the Giza Investigation, showed that the twenties had been married for a week, and she took her life by jumping from the fourth floor, due to a psychological crisis.
The mortuary was deposited at the disposal of the Public Prosecution, and Major General Hisham Abu Al-Nasr, Giza Security Director, was informed of the incident.
The state works to provide support to psychiatric patients through more than one hotline to help those who have psychological problems or a desire to commit suicide, most notably the hotline of the General Secretariat of Mental Health, at the Ministry of Health and Population, to receive psychological inquiries and psychological support, and support those wishing to commit suicide, through No. 08008880700, 0220816831, all day.
The National Council for Mental Health has also designated a hotline for psychological inquiries 20818102. The Egyptian Dar Al-Iftaa affirmed that suicide is a major sin and a crime against self and Sharia, and the suicide is not an infidel, and the guilt of this crime should not be underestimated, nor should justifications be found and a state of sympathy with this Rather, it is treated as a mental illness that can be treated by specialists.