Mumbai: Builder Sanjay Agarwal ends his life due to stress over project delays
According to the police, Sanjay Agarwal was stressed out over a delayed residential project that was causing him huge financial losses
A 57-year-old Khar builder killed himself with a shot to the head at his Chembur office on Thursday morning. According to the police, Sanjay Agarwal was stressed out over a delayed residential project that was causing him huge financial losses. The Chembur cops have registered an Accidental Death Report (ADR) in the matter.
Agarwal is survived by his wife, son and daughter. Like he did every day, Agarwal came to his fourth floor office in Sanjona Complex, Chembur, with his son and brother in law. "He came to office around 10.45 am and after checking some files in his cabin for around 30 minutes, his staff heard the loud sound of a gun going off. They all ran towards his cabin, but found him dead inside. He had fired from his licensed revolver on this right side of his head," a cop from Chembur police station said.
Agarwal's office in Chembur where he shot himself. Pics/Rajesh Gupta
A doctor was immediately called, who confirmed Agarwal's death. The cops who arrived later, took the body to Rajawadi Hospital first and then to JJ Hospital. "We have registered a case of accidental death. His family members said he was under stress owing to a delayed project at 10th Road, Chembur," DCP (Zone 6) Shahaji Umap said.
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