When you look at the number of expatriates committing suicide, it is mostly Malayalees. The bodies of three Malayalees have been repatriated from Bahrain in the last two days. Bahraini social activists say ten expatriates have committed suicide in two months. According to media reports, most of them are Malayalees. If you look at the background of Malayalees committing suicide, everyone is doing a better job.
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The Indian Community Relief Fund (ICRF), KMCC, Bahrain Pratibha and BKSF are leading awareness campaigns to reduce the number of expatriates committing suicide and provide psychological support to the people. They provide essential assistance to expatriates, including counseling. Even then, the number of expatriates committing suicide continues to rise. According to media reports, Zubair Kannur, a member of the Pravasi Commission, said that it was understood that financial problems and occupational stress were the main reasons for the suicides of Pravasi.
When Kovid spread, wages fell, jobs were lost, and the cost of living soared. Many people caused great financial hardship because of their life without financial discipline. These are all factors that led to suicide. Those who live on more than their income should live with financial discipline. Social workers warn that people with problems should regain their mental health.
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