Woman Dies of Heart Attack After Son Fails to Qualify Class 12th Exam
Anantnag Woman Dies of Heart Attack After Son Fails to Qualify Class 12th Exam
Tragedy struck in Kokernag area of south Kashmir’s Anantnag when a woman died after learning that her son had failed to qualify his class 12th exam. The Board of School Education (BOSE) had announced the results of annual regular exams for class 12th on Friday.
Heart Attack Claims Life of Grieving Mother
Jameela Akhtar, wife of Mohammad Rafiq Malik of Danwethpora Kokarnag, reportedly suffered a massive cardiac arrest upon learning of her son’s exam results. She was immediately rushed to SDH Kokernag, but unfortunately, was declared dead upon arrival.
The devastating news of her son’s academic failure proved to be too much for Jameela to bear, resulting in a sudden and tragic end to her life.
A Tragic Reminder
This heartbreaking incident serves as a reminder of the immense pressure that students and their families face during exams and the importance of mental health. It highlights the need for support and guidance to help students cope with the stress and anxiety that comes with academic exams.
The passing of Jameela Akhtar is a tragic reminder of the critical need to provide mental health support to students and their families during exam time. We extend our deepest condolences to her family and hope that this incident will inspire greater support and understanding for those struggling with academic pressure and mental health issues.