One 22-year-old resettled girl, Hari Thapa, who was a nursing student in Southern Tasmania, was said to have taken her own life in what her brother described as the most terrible tragedy to have occurred in his family, Friday. She was resettled in Australia some 17 months ago.
Dozens of her fans were shocked to watch the last 7-minute long video post in the Facebook before she hanged herself early this morning.
Betrayed by her boyfriend, which is well understood from the video she posted, she had breathed her last before her family members came into notice today, it is learnt.
Her brother Chhatra Thapa, the only family member yet to be resettled from Beldangi-II refugee camp, described her sister as a very wonderful, friendly, hardworking and smart girl.
“The investigation into the suicide is underway in Australia. However, the cause must be a broken-heart that she developed when her boyfriend betrayed her,” he told Bhutan News Service.
The family has not revealed details of Hari’s boyfriend stating the investigation into the case was underway in Australia.
However, some of her friends, who have known about their longtime affair, claimed that she was leading a miserable life after she discovered that the boy was formally engaged with another girl in the U.S.
Any visitors to her Facebook walls could figure out that she was trapped between agony and tragedy for quite a longtime, teaching parents and guardians a lesson to constantly monitor contents posted by juniors in social media for saving irreparable loss of human life.
(With inputs from Hari Kumar Dahal from Beldangi-II)
This is the last video post by the girl in her Facebook. Courtesy : Chhatra Thapa