Apart from academics, Aditi dreamt of being an entrepreneur
Gurugram: It was a matter of coincidence that at a time the law enforcement officials were trying to investigate the cause of four deaths that had occurred in flat S-299, a parcel was sent back mid-afternoon. Sent in the name of Aditi from Howrah, the parcel contain samples of organic soap that she was trying to develop for which she had also tied up with a company in Bengal.
Even though the 22-year-old was pursuing BsC from Jamia University in New Delhi, her dream was not only restricted to her studies but rather she had set a big dreamt of being an innovator and an entrepreneur.
Aditi followed in the footsteps of her father and tried to chart her path in the field of chemistry and pharmaceuticals. A year-and-a-half back Aditi developed an organic soap, an idea that came in her mind during one of the projects that she had prepared for the college. During the time of the project, she had got in touch with the pharmaceutical company in Howrah.
After getting good grades in the project she tried to explore the commercial viability of the developing such soap in the market of the national capital region. Excited about her venture, she had also asked her father Dr Prakash Singh who himself had done a PhD in Chemistry from Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi for financial assistance, sources
claimed. Sources also claimed that Dr Singh had extended her support for the venture of the daughter who they also say was an apple of her eye.
She had already developed a plan and the parcel she had received on Monday, a day after she died contained the parcels.
Sources in the Gurugram police claim that her call records show that she was in constant touch with the company in Bengal about her project and the samples that were to be received.
Aditi was in her final year of BSc at Jamia University Delhi. Sources in the police claim that she was the first one to be murdered on the night of June 30.