Former governor and ex-CBI director Ashwani Kumar discovered lifeless in his Shimla home left a note for his household that attributed his resolution to “disease and disability”, Director General of Police (DGP), Himachal Pradesh Sanjay Kundu stated. According to information company ANI, the DGP confirmed that the police and the household didn’t suspect foul play.
“We found a suicide note in which he wrote that he is ending his life due to disease and disability, of his own free will. He said his soul is embarking on a new journey and everyone needed to be happy, and that there should be no rituals or ceremonies,” DGP kandu was quoted as saying by information company ANI.
Kundu said that Kumar’s son and daughter-in-law had been those who first discovered the ex-CBI Director hanging within the attic of their residence in Shimla round 7.00 pm on Wednesday.
“He used to meditate in the attic around 7.00 pm every day, with all doors open. Today, around 7.00 pm when his son and daughter-in-law were going for a walk, they found all the doors of the attic locked. They broke the door and found Kumar hanging from a rope there. They cut the rope to bring him down. The Forensic Science Lab team has collected the evidence and examined the scene. The police is recording the statements of witnesses including the family members,” he stated.
The physique of the ex-CBI Director was discovered hanging at his residence, Shimla Superintendent of Police (SP) on Wednesday night. Kumar was in service in each the Central authorities and the Himachal Pradesh Government for greater than 37 years.
Kumar, who joined the Indian Police Service in 1973, took over the reins of the workplace of the Director-General of Police (DGP) of the Himachal Pradesh in August 2006.
After two years, Kumar was appointed to the submit of CBI Director. He was sworn-in because the Governor of Nagaland on March 21, 2013, and as Governor of Manipur on July 29, 2013.