Team Mangalorean, Bangalore
Bangalore: A man leaped to death from the 22-storey Visvesvaraya Towers, which houses several government offices, on Ambedkar Veedhi on Thursday, July 5. The deceased has been identified as Narasimha, 28, a resident of Kalidasa Layout, Srinagar. His family who got the news about his suicide are all depressed and are in inconsolable state. His wife Shwetha who is eight months pregnant is in great sorrow and very depressed. They were both married last year. Narasimha works for Mahaveer Pharmaceuticals in Bangalore, as medical representative.
According to sources, Narasimha was on medical leave since he had a bike accident two months ago, leaving him with a fractured leg. It's been a while since he has not returned back to work. Family source say that he might have committed suicide that he may have problems at work or get fired from job.
Commuters around Visvesvaraya Towers were surprised to see the man fall to death from the tall building. Narasimha came crashing down and landed on an SUV parked below the building. The impact was so severe that the SUV top was badly dented and window glasses shattered. Narasimha's body was transferred to Bowring Hospital by police authorities.