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Mukesh Pandey’s self-recorded suicide video emerges - does nit blame anyone

A self-recorded suicide video of the IAS officer Mukesh Pandey has emerged after further investigation by the police.   In the 5-minute-long video, Mukesh says he does not blame anyone for his death but he does mention the tension between his parents and his wife and also said that they were polar opposites like ‘coal and cheese’.

Staff correspondent, NewsCrunch

A self-recorded suicide video of the IAS officer Mukesh Pandey has emerged after further investigation by the police. 

In the 5-minute-long video, Mukesh says he does not blame anyone for his death but he does mention the tension between his parents and his wife and also said that they were polar opposites like ‘coal and cheese’.

He also mentions that the video was recorded in Buxar where he was posted as a district magistrate. 

He goes on to talk about his young child and also said he was aware of how much his wife loved him. In a suicide note found with his body he said that he was committing suicide in the district centre area of Janakpuri in west Delhi by jumping off the 10th floor of the building.

He was fed up of his life and his belief on human existence was gone. He then instructs the police that he had left a detailed suicide letter in a Nike bag in room 742 of a five-star hotel in Delhi. 

Mukesh’s body was found on the railway tracks of Ghaziabad and the Chief Minister, Nitish Kumar, remembered him as an efficient administrator and a sensitive officer.    

Mukesh Pandey’s self-recorded suicide video emerges 

 

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