suicide, orders probe
Thiruvananthapuram, Apr 11 (PTI) The Kerala State Human
Rights Commission (SHRC) took serious note of the alleged
suicide of the manager of a nationalised bank and on Sunday
directed the financial institution to conduct a thorough probe
into the incident and submit a report.
It also sought a report from the State Level Bankers
Committee (SLBC) on the stress faced by bankers in the state.
Judicial member of the panel, K Baijunath, issued an
order after taking cognisance of media reports over the
suicide ofK S Swapna, manager of Canara bank at Koothuparamba
in Kannur district.
Swapna, a widowed mother of two, committed suicide on
April 9, allegedly due to work stress.
She was found hanging inside the bank by her colleagues
on Friday morning.
“The bank should conduct a detailed probe into the
circumstances which led to the suicide of its employee and the
Chief General Manager of the Kerala Circle of the Canara bank
and its Regional Manager should submit a report in the
matter,” the Commission said in its order.
It also directed the SLBC to look into the stress faced
by bankers in the state and asked its convenor to file a
report within four weeks. PTI RRT
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