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Family doesn’t want probe into death

mumbai Updated: Nov 29, 2011 01:58 IST
HT Correspondent

The family of the 20-year-old girl from Andhra Pradesh, who allegedly committed suicide by jumping from the seventh floor of a Kurla building, has not asked for any police probe in the case.

Prima facie the police ruled out any foul play in the suicide. Divya Jagdishwaran Reddy, who had gone missing from her Andhra residence around a month ago, mysteriously appeared in Kurla on

Thursday night and committed suicide.

Sub inspector of Nehru Nagar police station S Netke said, “ The girl had been taking treatment for a medical condition she was suffering from. There is no foul play suspected in the investigations and her parents, who came to collect her body, have not demanded a probe.”

It was not clear why Divya, who was doing a bachelors course in Pharmacy, came to the city as she did not have a friend or relative living here.

The 20-year-old did not leave behind any suicide note. Netke added that the girl’s parents suspect it was her mental condition that drove her to take the extreme step.

Divya had gone missing a month ago and did not return for her sister’s wedding, which took place 20 days ago.

Her family had registered a missing person’s complaint. The police managed to track down the girl’s family with the help of two telephone numbers, which were scribbled on the last page of a notebook found in Divya’s bag.

An accidental death report has been registered at the Nehru Nagar police station.