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Delhi: The businessman was taken for questioning by the Delhi Police, came out of the police station but did not reach home, the dead body was found on the railway track.

Gupta’s family members accused the police of brutality and protested outside the police station. However, the Delhi Police said that Gupta died of suicide after leaving the police station.




The body of a 50-year-old businessman has been found on a railway track in Delhi. His body was found on Monday when the police had taken him from his shop to the Ambedkar Nagar police station in South Delhi for questioning a day earlier on Sunday. Local people and relatives found the businessman’s body lying on the railway track at Old Faridabad railway station. The businessman’s name is Yogesh Gupta.

Gupta’s family members accused the police of brutality and protested outside the police station. However, the Delhi Police said that Gupta died of suicide after leaving the police station.

The police was taken on the charge of grabbing the committee
Yogesh Gupta, a resident of Madangir, was taken to the police station. A complaint was filed against him by a person named Neeraj Pahadia that Gupta ran a finance committee and took Rs 12.23 lakh from people and did not return their money.

DCP (South) Atul Kumar Thakur said, “Gupta and Pahadia were called to the police station and questioned. Gupta left the police station after questioning at around 8 pm and at around 10:30 pm his family complained to the police station that Gupta did not reach home. Police teams were informed and pictures of Gupta were sent to WhatsApp groups so that they could be traced.

Police said suicide
Thakur said, “It has come to our notice that Gupta allegedly committed suicide by jumping in front of a train at Old Faridabad railway station. However, we have started investigation based on the complaints of the family.”

Yogesh Gupta’s son, Shivam said, “My father was picked up in the afternoon. He has a heart ailment, but the police made him wait for hours to interrogate him. We tried to meet him but the police did not let us go. When my mother took his medicines to the police station at night, the police told us that he had left hours earlier. He lied to us. They either killed my father or forced him to commit suicide. My father would never take such a step.” DCP Thakur said that an inquiry has been started to look into the grievances of the family of the deceased.

Parvesh Maurya
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