Fired from job, Jaipur man commits suicide
The police have initiated an investigation based on an audio suicide note.
JAIPUR: A man in Jaipur tragically took his own life on Wednesday afternoon by hanging himself. Prior to his death, he recorded an audio suicide note on his mobile phone, stating that he had lost his job due to an individual named Atiq and was struggling with depression. The Kanota police station conducted a post-mortem and handed over the body to the family.
The deceased’s son has filed a case of abetment to suicide, and the police have initiated an investigation based on the audio suicide note. On Friday afternoon, hundreds of people gathered to protest and submitted a memorandum to the police, demanding a thorough inquiry.
According to SHO Mukesh Kharadiya, Sanjay Pandey (49), the son of Rambabu Pandey, resided in Old Khania Kanota and was a manager at Ajanta Transport Company. He was responsible for keeping a detailed record of the company’s vehicle movements. On April 19, at approximately 1 PM, his wife and son Rudraksh left the house for a short period. Alone at home, Sanjay took his own life by hanging himself with a rope.
When his wife and son returned around 3 PM, they discovered Sanjay’s lifeless body. The Kanota police station was informed, and officers seized the body before sending it to the hospital’s mortuary for a post-mortem. The police discovered two audio clips on the deceased’s mobile phone, one of which was the audio suicide note. The mobile phone has been seized for further investigation.
In the audio note, Sanjay Pandey expressed his frustration with his former employer, Shabbir Seth, and the company Anjata Transport. He mentioned financial difficulties and claimed that he was cheated out of ₹69,500. Despite attempting to record evidence, he was unsuccessful and ultimately decided to end his life.
SHO Mukesh Kharadiya confirmed that the deceased’s son has filed a case of abetment to suicide, and the investigation is underway based on the audio suicide note.