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23 year old man allegedly commits suicide by jumping in front moving metro train in Delhi

New Delhi, Jun 18 (UNI) A man allegedly committed suicide on Tuesday by jumping on metro track in front of a moving train at Civil Lines station here.
According to officials, the man's body was severed into two after being run over by the train.
Because of the incident, the services on the Yellow line were affected for about 20 minutes.
After being removed from the tracks, the body was sent to the mortuary in Subzi Mandi.
The man was identified as 23 year old Nitin who was a resident of Jagatpur, Delhi.
Later, deceased's father told police that Nitin was under treatment for depression for the past two years.
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