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Financial Crisis Forced Surat Businessman To Jumps From 12th Floor With Wife And Son

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He had bought a house just a month ago...
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    On Wednesday morning, there bodies were found lying in a pool of blood on the ground-floor of the apartment building. Police said that a note has been received from the businessman’s pocket, in which he has blamed the debt he was under for taking such extreme step. The businessman had bought a flat of 1.20 crores last month and had taken Rs 70 lakh loan for it.

    Police told that 35-year-old Vijay Chaturbhai Vagasia lived in the Magistika Heights apartment in the Yogi Chowk area with his family. On Wednesday, he jumped from the apartment building with his wife Rekha and son Veer. All three died on the spot.

    It is being said that when Vijay went to the 12th floor of the apartment with his wife and son, the wall stood at about 4 feet. Vijay then carried a chair from below to jump. He first secured his son between his legs and then jumped down with his wife.

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    On Wednesday morning, there bodies were found lying in a pool of blood on the ground-floor of the apartment building. Police said that a note has been received from the businessman’s pocket, in which he has blamed the debt he was under for taking such extreme step. The businessman had bought a flat of 1.20 crores last month and had taken Rs 70 lakh loan for it.

    Police told that 35-year-old Vijay Chaturbhai Vagasia lived in the Magistika Heights apartment in the Yogi Chowk area with his family. On Wednesday, he jumped from the apartment building with his wife Rekha and son Veer. All three died on the spot.

    It is being said that when Vijay went to the 12th floor of the apartment with his wife and son, the wall stood at about 4 feet. Vijay then carried a chair from below to jump. He first secured his son between his legs and then jumped down with his wife.

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    On Wednesday morning, there bodies were found lying in a pool of blood on the ground-floor of the apartment building. Police said that a note has been received from the businessman’s pocket, in which he has blamed the debt he was under for taking such extreme step. The businessman had bought a flat of 1.20 crores last month and had taken Rs 70 lakh loan for it.

    Police told that 35-year-old Vijay Chaturbhai Vagasia lived in the Magistika Heights apartment in the Yogi Chowk area with his family. On Wednesday, he jumped from the apartment building with his wife Rekha and son Veer. All three died on the spot.

    It is being said that when Vijay went to the 12th floor of the apartment with his wife and son, the wall stood at about 4 feet. Vijay then carried a chair from below to jump. He first secured his son between his legs and then jumped down with his wife.

  • +3 See more slides

    On Wednesday morning, there bodies were found lying in a pool of blood on the ground-floor of the apartment building. Police said that a note has been received from the businessman’s pocket, in which he has blamed the debt he was under for taking such extreme step. The businessman had bought a flat of 1.20 crores last month and had taken Rs 70 lakh loan for it.

    Police told that 35-year-old Vijay Chaturbhai Vagasia lived in the Magistika Heights apartment in the Yogi Chowk area with his family. On Wednesday, he jumped from the apartment building with his wife Rekha and son Veer. All three died on the spot.

    It is being said that when Vijay went to the 12th floor of the apartment with his wife and son, the wall stood at about 4 feet. Vijay then carried a chair from below to jump. He first secured his son between his legs and then jumped down with his wife.

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