Student jumps from the 8th floor of a building in Noida, dies on the spot, now the mystery will be revealed with mobile and laptop

A B.Sc student committed suicide in UP

A student committed suicide by jumping from the 8th floor in Noida, Uttar Pradesh. Police say the incident took place on Tuesday night when he was sleeping with his brother. Police reached the spot and sent the body for postmortem. According to the police, further investigation is going on in this matter. At present, no suicide letter has been found from the house of the deceased.

The incident took place in Panchachuli apartment in Noida. According to the police, the age of the deceased was 21 years. His name was Archit and he was a student of BSAC. Archit’s father’s name is PP Singh, who is an official in Gas Authority of India (GAIL). Archit jumped from the eighth floor roof of his society late on Tuesday night.

Police reached the spot

In this incident, Archit died on the spot. At the same time, the police reached the information and admitted the injured to Kailash Hospital in Noida Sector 71, where doctors declared them brought dead. Currently, the police are busy investigating the matter.

People called the police

Police say the deceased was studying B.Sc from MIT College, Noida. At night he slept with his brother. Late at night he committed suicide by jumping from the eighth floor roof. In the meantime, there was an uproar in the society. People called the police and reported the matter.

Mobiles and laptops were found

In this regard, the police station in-charge said that the mobile phone of the deceased is broken. The mobile was in his pocket at the time of the incident. The police have confiscated the student’s mobile and laptop. According to the police, the mobile phone of the deceased is broken and the laptop is locked. Meanwhile, the family members of the deceased said that Archit was busy with mobile and laptop. The cause of suicide will be clear only after examination of mobile and laptop.


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