CA Chirag Varaiya (45) left behind a suicide note saying nobody should be held responsible for his death. He is survived by his wife and two children, said the official
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Days after he was booked in a rape case, a chartered accountant from Mumbai hanged himself at his friend's resort in Maharashtra's Nashik district, a police official said here on Tuesday.
CA Chirag Varaiya (45) left behind a suicide note saying nobody should be held responsible for his death. He is survived by his wife and two children, said the official.
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The caretaker of the resort at Igatpuri alerted the police after he found Varaiya hanging from a ceiling fan on Monday night, said the official.
The Bhandup police in Mumbai had booked Varaiya in a rape case on January 10 following which he cooperated with them in the probe. He also assured the investigating officer that he would visit the police station whenever required, said the official.
A police official from Igatpuri said, "It is a suicide case. We have not found any foul play. On the basis of primary information, we have registered an accidental death report."
Meanwhile, at least four godowns storing scrap material were gutted in a fire on Tuesday in a village along the Mumbra-Panvel road in Thane district of Maharashtra, officials said.
Nobody was injured in the incident that occurred in a steel market in Bhandarli village in the afternoon.
Efforts are underway to douse the blaze, the cause of which is under investigation, he added.
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