Paras Bhasin death: Cops hint at suicide angle
Cops said that they have recovered a suicide note written by Bachelor of Business Administration student Paras Bhasin, whose body parts were found near railway tracks in Delhi on Saturday.
Police today claimed to have found a suicide note written by tattoo artist, Paras Bhasin, whose severed body was recovered from railway tracks on Saturday.
However his family continues to point fingers at his girlfriend's family for his death.
Investigators claimed Bhasin's girlfriend, whom he secretly married in an Arya Samaj temple, gave a suicide note jointly written by them in the last week of August after her family objected to their relationship, to the police .
The girl, along with her father, whom Bhasin's family alleged was behind his death, was questioned Tuesday.
The suicide note has the signatures of both Bhasin and the girl and police is now verifying the handwritings.
Sources said they checked the CCTV footage of Delhi Metro and Bhasin was spotted at Laxmi Nagar Metro Station in the evening.
Paras was seen boarding the Metro at Subhash Nagar metro Station at 3:14 pm on Saturday and reached Lakshmi Nagar Metro Station at 4.11 pm. Sources said Paras was seen alone.
Investigators also traced the person who made several calls to his family asking them to come to Pandav Nagar area to get the body of Paras but police said he did not appear to be involved in his death.
The caller was a passer-by who found Bhasin's ID card lying near his body and then made a call.