Bengaluru: Mystery shrouds national aid’s suicide | Bengaluru News


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BENGALURU: A 20-year old fulltime domestic help who supposedly committed suicide within an Electronics City apartment was gloomy, her employer has maintained.
Roshini Dalip, by Uttarakhand, has been discovered hanging in her company’s apartment at Concorde Manhattans Apartment, Neeladri Road, on July 1. No suicide note has been recovered, Electronics City police stated. Roshini was residing with her company Biren Ruparaliya’s family for almost seven decades. Through analysis, it was discovered that she’d attempted suicide sooner too. Police registered a case of unnatural death and altered the body to St John’s Hospital. “The postmortem is going to be ran following her family arrives at town,” an investigating officer told TOI.
Biren, a mosaic tiles dealer, told cops Roshini was depressed over family difficulties and took the extreme measure for same motive. “According to him, Roshni’s parents have six brothers. She was the fifth girl and was miserable about being unmarried. Her condition worsened when her younger sister’s marriage was repaired recently,” a officer uttered Biren as stating.
Harassment allegations
but some of Biren’s neighbors suspect Roshini took the measure because of harassment from his loved ones. Her dad had borrowed cash from Biren, that had been deducting her salary each month, they maintained.
Biren, nevertheless, brushed away the allegations, stating,”We looked after her and that she was just like a relative. Loan-related rumours are baseless. I had been sending money to her dad and also have bank information of the same”
whined about Roshini’s previous suicide attempts, he explained,”When she tried suicide, her parents had been intimated. But I can not share details as it is her family’s individual issue. I’ve explained everything to authorities.”


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