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Police investigate maid in botched suicide bid
BY AHMED RAGHEB December 08, 2017
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SHARJAH: Sharjah Police General Command is investigating a 28-year-old Bangladeshi maid’s attempt to commit suicide by hitting her head using a stone and burning herself in her sponsor’s house in Al Rahmaniya area of Sharjah.

The maid is currently in intensive care at Al Qasimi Hospital. She reportedly sustained injuries and burns on different parts of her body. The National Ambulance transported the maid, who was in a dire condition, to the hospital. The case’s file was referred to the competent authorities to complete investigations and find out the motive of the suicide attempt.

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