AHMEDABAD -- A 33-year-old cashier with the State Bank of India allegedly committed suicide on Sunday by hanging himself from a ceiling fan at his residence at Tharad in Banaskantha district, police said.
Though the police refused to assign any motive to the extreme step taken by Prem Shankar Prajapati, his wife said he had talked about "heavy work pressure" at Tharad branch of the bank.
He originally belonged to Barmer in Rajasthan.
"Prajapati was a native of Barmer and has been working as a cashier at SBI's Tharad branch for last one-and-half-years. Due to some unknown reasons, Prajapati committed suicide by hanging himself from the ceiling fan today morning. We have not found any suicide note from the spot," said Tharad police inspector J G Chavda.
However, Prajapati's wife Manjula claimed her husband had once complained about the work pressure.
"My husband used to remain tensed after coming home from the bank. He once said that there is so much work pressure. He did not talk much due to tension," Manjula told reporters outside police station.
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