A 26-year-old woman doctor jumped in front of a train here Monday over a failed relationship, police said
Ankita Shukla, posted at the Institute of Human Behaviour and Allied Sciences (IHBAS) in Shahdara, Delhi, lived in Karol Bagh area of the capital.
Her body, severed in two pieces, was found on the railway track between Mohan Nagar and Sahibabad railway station.
Police said she was in a relationship with a man named Ratan, which was revealed from her mobile phone recovered near the track.
A recent SMS to Ratan read: "You are a weak man so I have no option but to commit suicide for which you are solely responsible. Still, I love you a lot."
Police also found a Delhi-Ghaziabad railway ticket.
"Prima facie, it seems to be a case of suicide but investigation is still on. Medical details and other information would be put on record only after the autopsy report," Ghaziabad Superintendent of Police (city) J.K. Shahi said.