October 18, 2020 2:18:08 am
A Chartered Accountant employed with the troubled excursions and travels firm Cox and Kings was found lifeless on the railway tracks in Kalyan on October 12, the day his household reported him lacking. The police suspect that the deceased died by suicide as he was found run over by a practice.
The deceased, Sagar Deshpande (38), lived together with his aged mother and father in Thane. He was one among the many agency’s workers questioned by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) and the Economic Offences Wing of the Mumbai Police in reference to alleged siphoning of a number of 1000’s of crores of rupees borrowed from Yes Bank.
The police stated that his household final noticed him on October 11 when he left house that night time claiming that he had work to do in Titwala.
At 6.30 am the following morning, the railway police found a person run over on the tracks between Titwala and Khadavli railway stations. A case of unintentional loss of life was registered at Kalyan railway police station. His household additionally registered a lacking particular person’s criticism at Naupada police station that day when he didn’t return house.
“We sent a photo of the body and the description of the clothes to police departments all across the state in the hope that someone would identify it. On Saturday, the Naupada police station in Thane got in touch with us,” stated Valmik Shardul, senior inspector, Kalyan railway police station.
Shaurdul stated that Deshpande’s step-brother recognized the physique. “It appears that Deshpande killed himself. We will record the statement of his parents in the next few days to find out the reason,” he stated.
Anil Mangale, senior inspector, Naupada police station, stated that Deshpande’s household had talked about of their criticism that he had been questioned by the police in reference to the alleged siphoning of money.
Deshpande, who joined Cox and Kings in July 2010 and rose to turn into Manager Finance, was final quizzed by the ED in March and had not been summoned since then, stated an official.
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