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Complaint against Amit Kalyani in suicide case is baseless, says firm

Nilesh Gaikwad (32) was found dead in the bathroom of a hotel room in Chakan. The FIR in the case said he had consumed poison and left an elaborate suicide note claiming to have borrowed Rs 15.60 crore on behalf of Amit Kalyani.

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Shalaka Shinde
Shalaka Shinde
Hindustan Times, Pune
Pune,Crime,Suicide
The suicide note said that of the borrowed amount, Kalyani was yet to return Rs 4.10 crore to the creditors.(HT REPRESENTATIVE PHOTO)

A Kalyani Group firm has rejected allegations against Bharat Forge executive director Amit Kalyani in the case of abetment to suicide of Nilesh Gailwad, an accountant with Kalyani TechnoForge, who was found dead in Chakan on August 20.

“We are deeply shocked over the turn of events over the last two days. Unfortunately there is a loss of human life and our sympathies lie with the family of the deceased. This is to also categorically refute the alleged involvement of Amit Kalyani in the matter. The complaint is totally baseless and the truth will prevail soon,” a press note released by Kalyani TechnoForge said.

The accountant Nilesh Gaikwad (32) was found dead in the bathroom of a hotel room in Chakan. The FIR in the case said he had consumed poison and left an elaborate suicide note claiming to have borrowed Rs 15.60 crore on behalf of Amit Kalyani. The suicide note said that of the borrowed amount, Kalyani was yet to return Rs 4.10 crore to the creditors. Four persons who were demanding the money from Gaikwad were also named in the note.

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