Ayodhya, Oct 30: The 32-year-old deputy manager of Punjab National Bank’s Sahangang branch in Faizabad was found hanged in her rented flat on Saturday, with an alleged suicide note pointing the finger at two police officers, officials said. . Chief Inspector of Police in Ayodhya, Shailesh Pandey, said the matter was under investigation.
According to the police, Shraddha Gupta joined the bank in 2015 as an employee and passed departmental exams and got a promotion. It has been posted in Faizabad since 2018. They said that Gupta, who was not married, was from Rajajipuram locality in Lucknow and had been visiting her family occasionally. Police said that this morning when her milk knocked on her door, there was no response. Then tell Malik Gupta.
When she did not open the door, they peeked out of the side window and found it hanging. Police also said they found a note, allegedly her suicide note, in which she blamed a police officer, a policeman and private individuals for taking the extreme step. However, it was not immediately clear what she accused them of. Samajwadi Party Chairman Akhilesh Yadav demanded a high-level investigation into the matter. “The way a PNB employee in Ayodhya has made direct accusations to the police personnel in her suicide note is a bitter truth about the poor state of law and order in Uttar Pradesh. It is a problem so serious that even the name of an IPS officer is surfacing. There should be a high-level judicial investigation” .
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