Noida: 30-year-old man jumps to death from high-rise apartment

By Ramesh Kumar
Photo: Graphic by Akash Mishra
Posted: Mar 30, 2019

In yet another case of death in high-rises in Noida, a 30-year-old man's body was found lying beside S tower of Homes 121 in Sector 121 on Saturday. The incident happened early morning when a few inhabitants of the society heard a loud noise while they were taking a walk in the morning at the residential campus. 

They immediately informed the police regarding the incident. The cops reached shortly and while scanning the deceased's body, they found an Aadhar card in his pocket. According to the address mentioned on the card, he was identified as Ravi Heliwal, a resident of Dhanbad in Jharkhand.

It has been found that Ravi, a software engineering by profession, was working with a private networking and telecommunication company in Noida. He was currently working in the night shift and wasn't happy about it.  He had even asked for leave on Saturday.

According to his friends residing with him, Ravi came to his home at 10 PM on Friday. But when his friends woke up in the morning, they didn’t find him in the room.

According to the investigation, the cops were informed that Ravi along with his friends had been staying in the society from the last two months. They were staying in P tower of the society but his body was found below S tower. 

The matter is under investigation by the Phase-III police station of Noida.

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