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Couple found dead in Shayona Tilak in Gota


Police suspect they committed suicide 48 hours ago; cops rule out monetary constraints as explanation why for ending existence as the man worked in Arvind Mills at a managerial position and earned decent wage

By Asik Banerjee

A pair in their 40s were found dead beneath mysterious instances in Gota area of Ahmedabad. The incident got here to gentle on Tuesday after the company wherein the man worked raised alarm, following failure to contact him, and requested his subordinate to name on him.

The deceased were recognized as Kala Sona Roy and his spouse Paromita Roy. Roy have been working as a mechanical manager with Arvind Mills for 10 years and lived in a rented apartment at Shayona Tilak, Gota, for two years.

Kala Sona Roy, spouse Paromita


According to citizens of the society, the company used to be looking to contact Roy for greater than two days. After all efforts went in vain, they requested Roy's subordinate to talk over with his residence at Shayona. When nobody opened the door and foul odor used to be found emanating from the home, the subordinate informed other society contributors and referred to as police. Cops arrived and summoned the owner. On opening the door, the couple were found dead. Police resources said the home used to be locked from inside of and there were no indicators of break-in. Police suspects the couple can have ingested poison to finish existence even though it will be showed best after the put up mortem file is filed.

The deceased couple didn't have any youngsters and rarely mingled with other society contributors. A Shayona Tilak resident told Mirror, "They were excellent people however did not engage a lot with other citizens. They were at all times cooperative when it got here to making voluntary contribution for establishing various events within the society like Navratri. Roy's spouse used to be equally reserved and didn't engage with other women of the society."

Another resident said a couple of times a 12 months the couple, hailing from West Bengal, used to be visited by Roy's sister and brother-in-law.

We are exploring various facets of the case and looking to determine how they ended their existence. We will realize it when the toxicology file is submitted

J P Jadeja, PI, Sola Police Station

Roy's subordinate Kalpesh, who lived in the same society and had long gone to test on him, said, "He was a happy-go-lucky person and always smiling. I had last met him four days ago within society premises when he had told me he was getting out of his house after three days. Even in the office, he was easy to work with."

Sola-HC police station's PI J P Jadeja said, "The house was locked from inside and no suicide note has been found. The couple did not suffer from any medical condition, as per preliminary investigation. We are exploring various aspects of the case and trying to establish how they ended their life. We will know it when the toxicology report is submitted."


A police supply said taking into account the state of decomposition of the bodies, the couple can have died two days ago.

Senior citizen found dead in Gurukul


Vastrapur police found out a dead body from a area in Nilmani Society in Gurukul on Tuesday after citizens referred to as up the keep an eye on room to tell about foul odor emanating from the home. Ateam of Vastrapur police went to Nilmani society and broke open the door and found a senior citizen dead. The deceased has been recognized as Vijay Gumansingh Pangariya who used to be 72 years old. A Vastrapur police station supply said, “The senior citizen’s spouse used to be in Mumbai for a while now whilst his daughter lived in South Bopal. We have learnt that he used to be ill for some time. His son, who lived with him, is mentally risky.”


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