LAHORE - Another poverty-stricken and sole bread-winner of six family members committed suicide on Thursday over his failure to pay his outstanding debt near Ayesha Degree College in Ravi Road police precincts here, neighbours and police said. The deceased identified as Mohammad Nadeem Rajput, son of Mohammad Hafeez, was the resident of Siddique Colony. 30-year-old Moham-mad Nadeem, a wholesale vendor, has been working at Sabzi Mandi since long. Police investigators said the deceased was the elder brother of five of a poor family including three married sisters and two young brothers namely Mohammad Waseem and Mohammad Shahid. Nadeem was a dealer and retailer of potatoes in the market where he used to purchase vegetables at wholesale and then sell it to others, one of the neighbours said. He was of the view the deceased lend debt amounting to Rs0.8 millions from one of his friends and due to price-hike and his meagre income, he was unable to meet the needs of his family, which lead to this untoward incident. Ravi Road Police Station SI Khalid said an unknown man informed the police about the youth, who committed suicide about 3:30pm. His body was lying in a room of a small house. It seemed the deceased hanged him with a ceiling fan and closed the chapter of his life, he further said. SI said Nadeem died on the spot before any medical treatment. An Edhi ambulance, however, removed the body to the city morgue for autopsy. Later, police handed it over to his heirs after medico-legal formalities.