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Natasha Kapur, wife of Atlas Cycles owner, commits suicide at Aurangzeb Lane home

Devdiscourse News Desk | New Delhi | Updated: 22-01-2020 18:00 IST | Created: 22-01-2020 17:26 IST
Natasha Kapur, wife of Atlas Cycles owner, commits suicide at Aurangzeb Lane home
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A 57-year-old woman identified as the wife of the owner of leading bicycle manufacturer Atlas Cycles, allegedly committed suicide at her home in Delhi's posh Aurangzeb Lane area. Natasha Kapur was found hanging from a ceiling fan on Tuesday afternoon said Delhi Police.

The Delhi Police made news of her suicide public on Wednesday.

According to Delhi Police sources, the suicide note of 57-year-old Natasha Kapur has also been recovered and took the body in the possession and sent it to Gangaram Hospital in Delhi for postmortem.

After the postmortem, her body was handed over to the family and she was cremated at the crematorium on Lodhi Road.

Further details awaited.

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