Geetika Sharma’s suicide note bows the Haryana MoS for Home Gopal Goyal Kanda who resigned on Sunday after Delhi police booked him along with his MDLR’s group manager, allegedly forcing the suicide of Geetika.
A 23-year-old Geetika was former airhostess with MDLR Airlines found hanged herself at her second-floor in north Delhi’s Ashok Vihar house on Saturday, and the suicide attempted girl accused the head of company and senior official, Aruna Chaddha, in her suicide note of being misused, harassed and cheating her.
“I am ending myself today because I am shattered inside. My trust has been broken and I am being cheated. Two people response for my death are Aruna Chadha and Gopal Goyal Kanda. Both of them have broken my trust and misused me for their own benefits,” Geetika stated a suicide note, source said.
Geetika who was joined the airline as an air-hostess, made the director of a subsidiary company by Chairman Kanda, but after continuous harassment just within one-and-a-half months, victim resigned her job.
The victim harassed “mentally and psychologically for a long period of time. She could not take the pressure and succumbed,” Geetika’s brother stated a statement.
On demand of the Opposition Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) workers who come on streets to protest against company chairman along with Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda of shielding him, Police arrested Kanda under Section 306 of the IPC on Sunday on basis of victim’s suicide note.
Victim’s family members’ statement have been recorded by police and over all case mystery will solved after Geetika’s post-mortem report that will be out on Monday afternoon.