ABBOTTABAD - A student of seventh class in Abbottabad committed suicide over ill-treatment in school and hostel.Mubeen, a student of Grade VII, returned home on weekend from hostel of International Public School and committed suicide later in the night by hanging himself with a rope tied around his neck.Before taking his life, Mubeen wrote a letter to his parents, expressing his frustration over hostel life and treatment of teachers in the school. The student complained that he was penalised for speaking Urdu in the class and had to pay Rs 5 as fine.In his letter, Mubeen wrote to his mother that she should not weep so long on his death. He also requested his parents not to send his sisters to hostel. Mubeen wrote that more details were written in his diary that was in his cupboard.The deceased was laid to rest in his native village after funeral prayers.Talking to media, Mubeen’s father said cruel school teachers had killed his son. He said that Mubeen was complaining about the school management for a long time and left this world before his parents could manage to arrange his migration to some other school.According to MD Pakistan International School Ijaz Akbar, Mubeen never complained about the school management and nobody in the school misbehaved with him.