Bizman jumps to death from 9th floor; suicide suspected
Gurugram: A 47-year-old businessman identified as Naresh Hasija died on Monday morning after reportedly jumping from the ninth floor of the residential society where he was residing.
The matter was reported to the Gurugram police at around 3:30 am. Even though the initial investigations by the police highlights that it may be a case of suicide, the police are also exploring other angles as there no suicide was recovered.
Meanwhile, the case has been reported at the Sector-50 police station and the body has been sent for post-mortem. The 47-year-old businessman who originally belongs to Sonepat was involved in trading business at Dwarka in Delhi.
In Gurugram, he was residing at the Park View condominium society. According to sources, Narender used to run the business earlier with Surender and there was some matter of financial fraud that was pursued against them in the past.
"We want to make sure that we probe all aspects of the case. It is only when we feel satisfied that all angles have been explored in the case is when we will close our investigation," said a senior official from Gurugram police.
It must be noted that the cases of people jumping to death from their high-rise homes are not a new phenomenon in Gurugram.
On October 27 on the occasion of Karva Chauth, a bank employee named Deepika died after falling from the eighth floor of the Valley View society at Gwal Pahari road where she was residing. Though it was initially considered to be a case of suicide, shocking revelations came to fore later where the banker's husband Vikram Chauhan along with his lover Shefali hatched a plan to murder Deepika.
At the time of the death, Deepika was five months pregnant. While Vikram is right now in jail, Shefali who is also pregnant has been granted bail.
There has been a large number of suicides. One of the cases was in September 2017 when a 26-year-old graduate from Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the 23rd floor of DLF Magnolias, the luxurious residential apartment located at Golf Course road.
According to the police, the main reason for Ankit's suicide was acute depression faced by him. The law enforcement officials claimed that he was grappling with the challenge of mental disease for a long time and was dissatisfied with his current job profile that led him to take the extreme step.