Ghaziabad Radisson Blu hotel owner found hanging at Delhi residence

Updated on Nov 20, 2022 08:12 AM IST

Amit Jain, owner of Radisson Blu in Ghaziabad, was found hanging in his flat. No suicide note was recovered from the body or nearby.

Police received the information about the suicide via a PCR call made to the Mandawali police station.
Police received the information about the suicide via a PCR call made to the Mandawali police station.

Amit Jain, the owner of the Radisson Blu hotel in Ghaziabad's Kaushambi, was on Saturday found dead at his east Delhi residence in what is being suspected to be a suicide case. Jain was found hanging in his flat, police said, but no suicide note has been recovered from the site yet, reports highlighted.

The Delhi Police said that a call was made at noon to the Mandawali Police Station about a person found hanging at a flat in Khel Gaon village (Commonwealth Games Village). It was then found out to be the Radisson Blu owner. Jain had come to his house at CWG village in the morning after having breakfast at his new house in Noida where he was going to shift along with his family soon, the Delhi Police said in a statement, news agency ANI reported.

“He drove to the Commonwealth Games Village alone in a car after dropping his brother Karan at their office in Ghaziabad,” officials added. Jain's son and their driver, who later went to the CWG Village flat to pick up some goods, found him hanging. He was rushed to Max Hospital in Patparganj where he was declared brought dead. “There are no allegations of any foul play as yet,” the Delhi Police stated.

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A case was registered at the Mandawali Police station under section 174 of the CrPC (which lays the ground for cops to inquire and report suicide). Further investigation is underway.

(With inputs from ANI, PTI)

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