Another Ggn youth jumps to his death
Gurugram: Barely a week after a man committed suicide by jumping from the 23rd floor of DLF Magnolias, another 26-year-old committed suicide.
Aswini Mangla who was a son of city businessman went missing from his house in Adarsh Nagar from Sunday.
His body was recovered by the Gurugram railway police at the tracks of village Dhanwapur on Monday morning.
According to the police, the deceased had written a suicide note where he lamented about his personal failure that resulted in him taking the extreme step.
"At the moment it seems to be a case of suicide but we will look into other aspects as well. He has left a suicide letter where he has not pinned the blame on anyone for his death," said tGurugram railway police.
The incident of working professional committing suicide is not a new phenomenon in Gurugram. In April this year, a 42-year-old working mother jumped to death from the 7th floor of an office complex in Sohna road.
There is a need to tackle depression at workplaces especially at MNC's where most of the employees are under lot of pressure to deliver. To make sure that the employees remain productive the company must make certain investments towards ensuring that the mental health of its employees remains sound," said Dr. Ranjana Yadav, a city psychologist.