Most suicide cases involved females, say police

KUALA LUMPUR: An overwhelming 1,708 suicide cases were reported between 2019 and May this year with 1,427 or about 83.5% committed by women, say the police.

Of the total cases, 51% or 872 cases involved those aged between 15 and 18 while 668 cases or about 39% involved individuals aged between 19 and 40.

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