Deepakrashmi Tripathi, Vice President of Adani Power Limited allegedly "committed suicide" by consuming poison in Jaipur on Saturday. He did not name anyone in his suicide note.
"In his suicide note, he (Tripathi) has mentioned that he was fed up with life and he is solely responsible for suicide and stated that nobody else should be held responsible for his suicide. He was rushed to the Sawai Man Singh hospital where he was declared brought dead," a senior officer of Ashok Nagar police station, Jaipur was quoted as saying by Times of India.
At present, an investigation is underway and the police will check call details of the deceased. "Prima facie, it appears there is no abetment to suicide involved in this case. Still we will investigate other possible reasons for the death," the officer added.
The 61-year Vice President of the power business subsidiary of Indian conglomerate Adani Group had arrived in Jaipur on October 11 on an official visit from Ahmedabad. According to media reports, Tripathi was put up at Hotel Fortune since October 13. His suicide came to light on Saturday when his colleague Rajnish Pandey called him.
According to the TOI report, Tripathi's colleague made repeated calls in the morning but when the phone went answered, Pandey reached the hotel. The hotel administration informed the local police about the incident. Following a post-mortem, the body of the deceased was handed over to his family.