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Girl commits suicide failing to get GPA-5 in JSC
A girl reportedly committed suicide by hanging herself at her house at Pirgacha village in Bagha upazila as she could not obtain GPA-5 in Junior School Certificate (JSC) exam this year.
The deceased was identified as Jhumu Khatun, daughter of Mozammel Haque and a student of Noutika High School.
Bagha Police Station officer-in-charge Rezaul Hasan Reza confirmed the suicidal incident to UNB.