Hyderabad: A bank manager in Telangana’s Kumaram Bheem Asifabad district has died by suicide allegedly due to work pressure.
Banoth Suresh (35), working as the manager of State Bank of India (SBI) at Wankidi mandal, ended his life by consuming pesticides.
According to his family members, he was depressed due to the work pressure.
Suresh consumed pesticides in the office around 7.30 p.m. on August 17. When he started vomiting, the staff shifted him to the government hospital at Asifabad and also informed his family staying in Asifabad.
After first aid, he was referred to a hospital in Mancherial. When his condition started deteriorating, he was shifted to a private hospital in Karimnagar, where he succumbed on August 20.
Suresh is survived by his wife Priyanka and a four-year-old son.
Priyanka said Suresh was feeling stressed due to work pressure. He used to tell her that he was handling the work of two people.
Hailing from Chintaguda village, Suresh was transferred as manager to the Wankidi branch a year ago.
On a complaint by Suresh’s father, police registered a case and took up investigation.