Ankur Aggarwal Suicide: 100 questions behind high profile death, read inside story

Ankur Aggarwal Suicide: 100 questions behind high profile death, read inside story

The kings of Ankur Aggarwal Suicide, the senior bureaucrat of the country and currently Joint Secretary in the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, have still remained unresolved. Meaning that a hundred questions remain behind the death of a high profile human being. The father refused to conduct the postmortem. Therefore, after legal proceedings, the police handed over Ankur's body to the family. Ankur's body is being cremated in Saharanpur itself.

Please tell that Ankur Aggarwal was one of the famous industrialists of Saharanpur. He had a factory in Saharanpur district itself. On Monday morning, he left the house for the factory by car. They had also reached the factory. According to police station Sarsawan, Ankur Aggarwal walked out of the factory at around 12 noon on foot. Listen to anyone in the factory without saying anything. After that, at around 5-6 pm, his blood-soaked body was found lying at a distance from the factory.

On Tuesday, Saraswan police station in-charge Praveen Kumar told The India Print, 'The father had denied in writing that the postmortem was done. Therefore, after proper legal proceedings, Ankur Aggarwal Suicide was handed over to the next of kin. As of now, there is no foul play of anyone in the investigation. Since the family is in shock. Further investigation will be done after the family is restrained.

According to a police officer, 'Prima facie, seeing the incident-a-crime, the whole matter seems to be of suicide'. Why did you suicide? In response to this question, the police said, 'At present the investigation is going on. Yes, by chance, no suicide note has been received from the factory or home yet. Hence, no firm reason can be indicated about this unexpected step taken by Ankur Aggarwal.

Many questions in front of police after Ankur Aggarwal's death

According to the police station Sarsawan reached the spot, "The question is definitely coming in the whole case when between 12 and 1 o'clock Ankur Agarwal left the factory. His body was found lying near the factory between about 5-6 pm. So where did he stay from 12 noon to 5-6 pm? Did they execute the incident as soon as they left the factory? '

If the police officers of Sarsawan police believe that postmortem would be done, then the time of the incident could be known. According to the police, 'the subject of investigation is whether Ankur executed the incident as soon as he left the factory. Or did he leave the factory and go elsewhere too.

Even though Saharanpur district police officials and Sarswan police are reluctant to speak openly on the high profile case recently. But it is so certain that such a surprise of a young industrialist. Therefore, the police will not be able to close the file of this case without knowing the reason. It is definitely because of the current adverse circumstances that the investigation has stopped there.

Even if the police and the family are unable to give some concrete reasons in this hour of trouble. But it is so certain that no person will needlessly give up his life. He is also a person who lacked anything. A Saharanpur police official said on condition of anonymity, 'We will investigate from every possible point of view. In such a situation, is there no reason for business relatedness? We will also explore it.

Can India-China relationship be based on sensitivity and respect? Jaishankar said – this question is the biggest issue

Can India-China relationship be based on sensitivity and respect? Jaishankar said – this question is the biggest issue

The ongoing tension between India and China on the border in eastern Ladakh is still visible. Efforts are on for peace talks from both sides. Meanwhile, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar said on Tuesday that the big issue in the matter related to the border dispute in eastern Ladakh is whether India and China can build a relationship based on mutual sensitivity and respect. He asked whether Beijing would stick to the written commitment that included not deploying large numbers of armed forces along the border by both sides.

During an online address at the Qatar Economic Forum, Jaishankar also clarified that India has nothing to do with being part of the Quad and the border dispute with China. He said that the Quad has its own agenda in the global perspective among the member countries. External Affairs Minister Jaishankar said, the India-China border dispute predates the existence of the Quad. In many ways it is a challenge and a problem which is completely different from the Quad. Of course, at the moment there are two big issues, one of which is the issue of deployment of troops, especially in Ladakh.

Negotiations continue for withdrawal of troops from other parts of the dispute

Significantly, there is a military standoff between India and China on the border in eastern Ladakh since the beginning of May last year. However, the two sides completed the process of withdrawing troops from the northern and southern banks of Pangong Lake in February after several rounds of military and diplomatic talks. At present, talks are going on between the two countries regarding the withdrawal of troops from the rest of the standoff. However, no positive results are visible from this conversation. China is continuously deploying troops and weapons on its western borders.

China deployed 'Tibet unit' near Sikkim border

China's 'nefarious' antics can be gauged from the fact that it has deployed PLA troops near the Tibet unit near the Sikkim border. 'Dragon' has made this deployment in the strategically important Chumbi Valley between Sikkim and Bhutan. The Chinese army has created a new set of militia, which is named Mimang Chetan (MC). This includes Tibetan youth. The Chinese army has also provided training to all these people. There are two batches of MC, each with participation of 100 youths. Out of this, one batch has been fully trained and only they have been deployed.

Union Minister Nirmala Sitharaman spoke to Infosys, 'Remove the flaws of the new income tax portal on priority'       Can India-China relationship be based on sensitivity and respect? Jaishankar said – this question is the biggest issue       Kerala: Two dowry-related deaths in two days provoked anger, people demanded change in law       Jammu Kashmir: Public prosecutors appointed for speedy trial of rape and POCSO cases       54 lakh people were vaccinated in the last 24 hours, know which state has given how many vaccines - a huge drop in MP compared to the first day       Digital Top-5: Pakistan is disturbing peace by supplying weapons, country's hopes on Kohli-Pujara in WTC Final, big news of the morning       Corona Update: Not a single new case of corona was registered in Mizoram in the last 24 hours, 103 patients recovered       Children above 2 years of age can get Covaxin till September, says AIIMS chief Dr. Guleria       Delta Plus Variant: Tension due to 22 cases in 3 states, Ministry of Health issued advisory, read- how the government came into active mode       'There has been no reduction in violence in Afghanistan', says External Affairs Minister Jaishankar after India's claim of meeting Taliban       Kerala: CM Pinarayi Vijayan's big announcement, there will be relaxation in corona lockdown - instructions to all to strictly follow the protocol       Jana Sangh founder Dr. Shyama Prasad Mookerjee's death anniversary today, PM Modi and Amit Shah paid tribute       'Map of the universe' found in Turkey, this 3200-year-old document revealed the 'underworld' present under the earth       After Ayodhya and Lord Ram, Oli's new claim - Yoga was born in Nepal, then India did not even exist       North Korea told WHO - 'Not a single case of corona in the country', but this step raises questions on the claim       'Get the vaccine or go to jail', the President of Philippines is threatening people for vaccination, said - I will get pig vaccine       Sri Lankan ship mixed 'poison' in the sea, so far 100 turtles, a dozen dolphins and blue whales have died       Political crisis in Nepal: Supreme Court canceled the appointment of 20 cabinet ministers, only five ministers including PM left in the government       For the first time in history, the Swedish Prime Minister lost the vote of confidence, Stefan Lofven will take a 'big decision' in a week amid political turmoil       Italy became 'mask free'! People no longer need to apply mask, decision taken after the success of vaccination