A young woman tried to commit suicide by jumping in front of a moving train. But fortunately he not only survived, but also suffered no injuries.
The incident took place at the Sicily Metro station in Istanbul, Turkey. A CCTV footage of the incident was released by local media Daily Sabah.
As seen in the video, a young woman takes off her sleeves and prepares to jump in front of the train. As soon as the train at the subway station, he jumped! Eyewitnesses were shocked by the suddenness of the incident. Shortly afterwards, however, the young woman got out of the back of the train unharmed. A passenger on the platform helped him get out.
The girl was then taken to hospital. The hospital confirmed that he had not been injured. The young woman was reportedly suffering from psychological problems.
Turkey has increased the salaries of its employees by 50 percent. This increase will be effective from January 1, 2022.
According to local media reports, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the announcement at a news conference on Thursday.
According to the report, the employees will get a minimum of 4,250 lira per month through a minimum 50 percent salary increase. In 2021 it was 2,626 lira.
Announcing the pay rise, Erdogan said it was the highest increase in 50 years. I believe that employees will now be able to adapt to rising commodity prices. Noting that the Turkish government has shown determination to protect them, Erdogan said, “There are some problems, we will solve them quickly.”
The country’s economy is becoming increasingly volatile following the historic fall in the value of the Turkish lira. The lira has depreciated 46% against the dollar this year. That is why the lira has become one of the weakest currencies in the world today.
Shikha Pal, a job seeker, has been staying with the education department for 120 days. He has left home and is living in a water tank in Nishatganj area of Lucknow, India. It is a kind of protest.
Shikha demanded that he be taken in one of the 22,000 seats that were recently vacated by 69,000 teachers.
Shikha said he was forced to stay in the water tank on this severe winter night in December.
“I just got down from the tank to use the toilet,” he said. The protesters at the bottom of the tank handed me a bag of food and other necessities with ropes. I charge my mobile phone using the power bank. My mother is dependent on me. Even then I continue to protest.
Shikha said he also agreed to teach in primary schools run by the education ministry.
He added that 120 days have passed. The government is not taking my protest into consideration.
In this regard, the Director General of the Secondary Education Department Anamika Singh said, they (activists) have met us many times. We also explained their issues. It cannot be protested in this way. We sympathize with them. We are ready for discussion.