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Man jumps off to death from Mumbai building in Cuffe Parade

Devdiscourse News Desk | Mumbai (Maharashtra) | Updated: 14-05-2019 09:27 IST | Created: 14-05-2019 09:05 IST
Man jumps off to death from Mumbai building in Cuffe Parade
The locals immediately gathered at the spot and rushed Kapadia to the nearby hospital where he was declared brought dead. Image Credit: ANI

A 51-year-old GST superintendent allegedly committed suicide by jumping from World Trade Centre in Cuffe Parade here on Monday, police said. The deceased, identified as Harinder Kapadia, jumped from the World Trade Centre at around 6:30 pm in the evening.

The locals immediately gathered at the spot and rushed Kapadia to the nearby hospital where he was declared brought dead. The police are carrying out a thorough investigating into the matter and have registered an accidental death report. More details in this regard are awaited.


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