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Tuesday, 21 July 2020

Pilot booked for abetting suicide

Sanjay Yadav

Gurugram, July 20

The police booked a pilot for allegedly abetting suicide of his former live-in partner, a former crew member of an airline. The accused had invited her to a party that he hosted at his friend’s place. The duo had an argument there, following which the victim allegedly jumped from the fifth floor. The police have registered a case, but they are also suspecting foul play.

The deceased was identified as Peggyla Bhutia (26), a native of Sikkim. She lived with her elder sister Bebyla in S block of DLF Phase-3 and both worked as crew members in airlines. On Sunday evening, the victim went to a party hosted by one of her friends, Dzzel Thiksey Sharma, at Bestech Park View Spa Next Society, Sector 67. The police said Sharma was a pilot with Jet Airways and had 10 guests, including the deceased and four couples.

“At 9:30pm while others were busy having dinner, an argument started between the deceased and Sharma. They came outside in the balcony and soon Sharma came back saying that she had jumped. Soon, residents gathered there and rushed her to Artemis Hospital, where doctors declared her brought dead. The police came and took the body in custody,” said a senior investigator.

Bebyla said in her complaint that she was fed up with Sharma and he was responsible for her death. According to preliminary investigation, a fight had taken place between the host and the deceased, minutes before her death. An FIR was registered against Sharma at the Sector 65 police station. “We are investigating all angles. The accused will be called for investigation,” said Dinkar, SHO.

from The Tribune

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