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Delhi: 29-year-old woman dies by suicide after jumping from PG building in Mukherjee Nagar

Delhi news: During the initial probe, it was learnt that Swati was living in that building- a paying guest accommodation- for the last few months. She had jumped from the second floor of the building.

Edited By: Sheenu Sharma @20sheenu New Delhi Updated on: April 17, 2024 19:50 IST
Delhi news, 29 year old woman dies by suicide after jumping from PG building in Mukherjee Nagar area
Image Source : INDIA TV Delhi: 29-year-old woman dies by suicide after jumping from PG building in Mukherjee Nagar area.

Delhi news: A 29-year-old woman allegedly died by suicide by jumping from the second floor of a paying guest accommodation in northwest Delhi, police said today (April 17). According to police, the woman was a native of Meerut in Uttar Pradesh and had been preparing for competitive exams for the last 10 years in Delhi.

The police received a PCR call regarding a woman jumping from the second floor of a paying guest accommodation in the Mukherjee Nagar area at around 3:20 pm. A team was immediately rushed to the spot, the officials said.

The police team took the woman to a nearby hospital where the doctors declared her dead on arrival, they said. During the initial probe, the woman had been staying in PG for the last few months, they said. She was also a YouTuber.

"We are probing the matter and the police are taking statements from students living in PG," the official said.

Though Swati was shifted to a nearby hospital, she was declared brought dead. During the initial probe, it was learnt that Swati was living in that building- a paying guest accommodation- for the last few months. She had jumped from the second floor of the building.

"We are probing the matter. The police are taking statements from students living in that building," a police officer said, adding the reason behind the extreme step was yet to be ascertained, and no suicide note was recovered.

(With agency inputs) 

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