Pune: 25-year-old techie jumps to death, says ‘no job security in IT’ in suicide note
A 25-year-old software engineer who had started working for an IT company in Pune there three days, committed suicide by jumping from the sixth floor of a hotel in the Vimannagar area in the city.
Police said a suicide note she had left in her hotel room said, “There is no security in the job. I am very worried about my family.
According to information provided by the police in the city of Pune, the deceased was identified as Gopikrishna Guruprasad, who was from the district of Krishna in Andhra Pradesh and survives the parents and a sister.
Deputy police inspector Dilip Jaisingkar, who was part of the police team was in place after police received a call, to The Indian Express: “He started working for the company Pitney Bowes July 9 and the company had
Arrangements for him at the hotel.
Wednesday at 1 am, he jumped from the balcony of his room on the sixth floor.
Two security guards at the service heard a loud sound and ran there. They informed the hotel manager, who informed us.
We called the ambulance and was taken to the hospital. He was pronounced dead before his arrival. ”
API Jaisingkar added: “We have found a note in your room that says In it there
There is no job security. I’m very worried about my family.
His body was delivered to his family after a post-mortem examination. ”
He added: “We need to know that before coming to Pune, he worked in Delhi and Hyderabad. We will also talk to his colleagues of the members of society and family as part of the probe.”