Two cases of suicide in Gurgaon

May 2nd, 2012 - 9:44 pm ICT by IANS  

Gurgaon, May 2 (IANS) In two separate incidents of suicide here, a senior official with a private firm jumped from the fourth floor of a building while an executive with another company was found hanging in her rented accommodation Wednesday, police said.

In the first case, Jitendra Jain, 26, assistant vice president with ‘Mark-it’ company in Noida, jumped to his death from the fourth floor of an under-construction building.

Tejpal, investigating officer of the case said: “Jitendra was living in the posh Malebu Town locality on Sohna road. His sister lives in sector 47. The victim’s parents had arrived from Jodhpur in Rajasthan Tuesday evening. The family was at the sister’s house.”

On Wednesday morning at around 8.30 a.m., after having a cup of tea, Jain went to a nearby building and jumped from there. At the hospital, he was declared brought dead, Tejpal added.

In the second case, Jyotsna Negi, 26, an executive with Ibibo Web Private Limited in Sector 32, committed suicide by hanging herself from a ceiling fan. The victim was living for the last two years in a rented room in Sukhrali, near sector 17. Jyotsna hailed from Shimla in Himachal Pradesh.

Sunil Kumar, investigating officer told IANS that she was mentally disturbed. In the early hours of Wednesday, she talked to her parents in Shimla on her mobile phone. Jyotsna’s father C.K. Negi, a government official, sensed that she was troubled and asked his relative in Delhi’s Najafgarh to visit her immediately. On arrival at 7 a.m., the relative found Jyotsna hanging in a locked room.

She had left a suicide note in English which said that no one was responsible for her death.

After the post-mortem examination, her body was handed over to her sister, a doctor who resides in Panchkula, police said.

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