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Dejected over losses, tailor ends life

Upset over loss in business, a 22-year-old tailor, who was also into chit fund business, allegedly committed suicide by hanging inside his shop late on Sunday night in Vaddarapalya in Hennur.

Published: 18th June 2013 10:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 18th June 2013 10:03 AM   |  A+A-

Upset over loss in business, a 22-year-old tailor, who was also into chit fund business, allegedly committed suicide by hanging inside his shop late on Sunday night in Vaddarapalya in Hennur.

According to the police, the deceased Nagaraj Muniyappa, a resident of Vaddarapalya, had started the chit fund business about one year ago. It is said that around 10 people came to his house on Sunday and asked him to return their money. They also assaulted him, the police added.

However, after dinner Nagaraj left the house saying he would go to the shop to sleep, but hanged himself from the ceiling in his shop, the police said.

The incident came to light the next morning when one of Nagaraj’s friends visited the shop. When there was no response even after repeated knocks, his friend informed Nagaraj’s wife and they broke open the doors, the police said.  The Hennur police registered a case.

Woman found dead

Twenty-seven-year-old homemaker Ambika Ananda, who had separated from her husband, was found dead under mysterious circumstances at the doorsteps of her husband’s house in Chaitanya Layout near Horamavu Extension in Hennur.

The police said that Ambika and Ananda had married in 2010 and the couple had no kids. About some six months back she had returned to her parents’ house. Meanwhile, Ananda applied for divorce. However, on Sunday Ambika came back to Ananda’s house and said she wanted to stay with him but Anand refused.

She slept outside the house and was found dead in the morning, the police said.

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