Supreme Court dismisses plea for Student Suicide Prevention across IIT campuses with Rs. 10,000

Supreme Court bench, headed by Justice Nariman, dismissed the plea for Student Suicide Prevention across IIT campuses, with Rs. 10,000. SC dismissed the PIL calling it “utterly frivolous” with the cost of compensation.

On Thursday, a bench in Supreme Court, headed by Justice Nariman, dismissed a plea for Student Suicide prevention among IIT students across all campuses.

The plea was issued by advocate Gaurav Kumar according to the Mental Healthcare Act. The plea’s agenda was to “formulate and effectively implement the student health and wellness program. The program should be focused on preventing and reducing suicides within institutions.”

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SC dismissed the PIL calling it “utterly frivolous” with a cost of Rs. 10,000.