In another stunning development, Jacintha Saldanha (the nurse who committed suicide) did not tell her family about the phony phone call prior to taking her life (and they apparently do not follow Twitter feeds of popular gossip blogs), because they had no idea what had gone down at work.
This new piece of information comes after UK news outlets reported the presence of a suicide note. Although the contents have not been made public, folks are assuming that the radio incident was in deed behind Jacintha’s fatal actions, based on comments by her brother. Naveen said that his sister was “a proper and righteous person” who “would have would have felt much shame about the incident.”
Another assumption can be made about the private hospital—King Edward VII—after her family said, ”There are unexplained circumstances. The family want to know everything. All the facts, fully and clearly. The hospital needs to be more proactive, a full inquiry is needed and the family need to be included in that.”
One reason Jacintha may not have told her husband and two children (14 and 17 years old) about the prank call, is because they live in Bristol and she stayed in staff accommodations at the West London hospital—two hours apart. Meanwhile, an autopsy is being performed on Jacintha’s body.
*Photo above includes Jacintha’s mother-in-law Carmine Barboza (yellow dress) and her family in Shirva, India, posted on her memorial site.
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