Industrialist suicide case: eight booked

  • HT Correspondent, Hindustan Times, Jalandhar
  • Updated: May 12, 2014 00:15 IST

Four days after 58-year-old city-based industrialist Chander Mohan Arora, a resident of Kailash Nagar, committed allegedly suicide by jumping before a running train on May 8, the Government Railway Police (GRP) have registered a case against eight persons on charges of abetment to suicide.

The Government Railway Police have registered a case under sections 306 (Abetment to suicide) after receiving a complaint from Parveen Chabbra, the victim’s wife, on Sunday morning. Those booked include Yog Raj Puri, Davinder, Naresh, Ramesh besides four other people.
The Government Railway Police (GRP) had recovered the mutilated body parts of the victim and informed his family. The police said the prima facie evidence suggested that it was not an accident.

A suicide note had been left behind by the victim, wherein he named many persons holding them responsible for not paying the money they owed him causing mental trauma. The industrialist allegedly jumped before a passenger train coming from Kapurthala near Sodal railway crossing. He is survived by his wife and two sons.

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