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Handwriting in suicide note only clue to identify man

Handwriting in suicide note only clue to identify man

NEW DELHI: Handwriting and the grammar usage in the suicide note seem to be only clue to identify the man who committed suicide from a building in GTB Nagar area on Monday. Police sources claimed that dialect used in the suicide note indicates that the man can be either from Uttar Pradesh or from Bihar.Police sources told Millennium Post that the handwriting in the suicide note which they found from the bag of the deceased was nice and have also found a Hindi grammar book from the bag. With this clue, police were searching patients files in GTB hospital who belongs from those two states."We have made a list of people and trying to contact them so that we can get any clue of the deceased," said an investigator.

Apart from the book and suicide note, police have also found an umbrella and water bottle from the bag which belongs to deceased.Police sources further claimed that in the suicide note, it was mentioned that after the death his body should be donated to others which seem to be impossible as the investigator claimed that for the donation, the signature of family members was important and the body parts should be transplanted within four hours, to six hours."In the suicide note we have not found the signature of the victim," said an investigator.After the body was found, police personnel started scanning the CCTV footages. Cops continuously checked the footage's for more than eight hours in real time right from the day when the incident took place.

"We also checked the seven floors of the building where the incident took place. Every single floor was thoroughly scanned many times," said an investigator.In one CCTV, the deceased was wearing a shirt and pant with his bag. During the incident, his light yellow shirt got torn when he jumped from the building.The suicide note further claimed that he is suffering from some ailment because of which he gets unbearable pain in the head. Police have so far scanned files of psychiatrist and Neurology department lists of the hospital to get clue."All efforts are going on to identify the person," said Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara) Nupur Prasad.


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