Pune, Jan 29 (PTI) A 22-year-old computer engineer allegedly committed suicide today by jumping off the seventh floor of a building in Mundhwa area where she was undergoing a ‘tele-counselling’ training, police said. Also Read - Pune Extends Night Curfew Till March 14, Schools And Colleges to Remain Shut. Here's What's Allowed, What's Not

The deceased, identified as Ashwini Gawari, was a resident of Shirur in Pune district. Also Read - Pune: Micro Containment Zones Likely to Return in District Soon, But no New Lockdown on Cards | Read Details

According to police, the cause behind Gawari taking the extreme step cannot be ascertained immediately, as no suicide note was found. Also Read - Lockdown in Maharashtra: Week-long Lockdown, Night Curfew Return in Some Areas From Today After Rise in COVID Cases | Key Points

“The firm she was enrolled with provides vocational training for aspiring job seekers in various fields,” said a senior Mundhwa police station official.

He said Gawari entered the seventh floor office of the firm after a gap of four days at around 11:30 A.M today and straightway went to the balcony from where she jumped.

The official said the incident occurred so quickly that those present in the office could not do anything.

Gawari was rushed to nearby hospital by people, but she was declared dead on arrival.

“We will be talking to her family members. Our investigation is on,” he added.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.