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Content creator couple jump off building together, dead

Updated on: 14 April,2024 05:57 AM IST  |  New Delhi
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Unconfirmed reports say the couple fought the previous night, post a shoot

Content creator couple jump off building together, dead

The couple had just recently moved into the flat with five other flatmates to expand their work as content creators in hopes to further their careers

A live-in couple allegedly died by suicide jumping from the seventh floor of a high-rise apartment in Haryana’s Bahadurgarh. The city is just 20 kilometres from the national capital New Delhi.

The couple has been identified as Garvit, 25, and Nandini, 22. Both were content creators, running their own channel and creating short films for platforms like YouTube and Facebook. A few days ago, the couple had moved to Bahadurgarh from Dehradun along with their team. They had rented a flat on the seventh floor of Ruheela Residency, where they were residing with five of  their teammates.

According to the police, the couple died by suicide around 6 am on Saturday. They had returned home late after a shoot, and an argument ensued between them over an undisclosed issue. Upon receiving information about the incident, the police reached the spot and sent the bodies for post-mortem. A probe is on to ascertain by the couple took the extreme step.

A forensics team was also present at the scene, collecting evidence to investigate the circumstances leading to the couple’s decision. CCTV footage from the area is being scrutinised to understand the sequence of events leading up to the incident. “We are looking into the incident, and further action will be taken accordingly,” Jagbir, the investigating officer of the case, said.

Earlier this year in a southern district of Kerala a couple, identified as Unnikrishna Pilla and his Bindhu from Pavumba, died by suicide too. Reports suggest that they were battling depression stemming from their daughter’s elopement with her partner while she was still in college. According to police they chose to end their lives by consuming an overdose of pills.

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