Trainee CRPF assistant commandant commits suicide in Gurgaon
A 31-year-old assistant commandant-rank trainee Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) officer allegedly committed suicide in his hostel room at the paramilitary force’s training centre in Gurgaon.
Identified as Mohaib M Mullah, hailing from Belgaum in Karnataka, was found hanging at 4 am from the ceiling fan of hostel room number 201 at the training academy in Kadarpur, police said.
Mullah had joined the force as assistant commandant through direct entry in September 2015, they said.
The police have also recovered a three-page suicide note written in English which, they said, mentioned that committing suicide was prohibited in Islam. He has not blamed any one for the extreme step, police said.
“The body was found in the morning. We have recovered a suicide note which says that according to Islam those who kill themselves don’t go to heaven. We are investigating it,” said assistant sub inspector Dharmedra, the investigation officer at the Badshahpur police station.
Police said that the exact cause is yet to be ascertained.