Mumbai, Oct 6: Pallavi Vikamsey, the daughter of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) President Nilesh Vikamsey, who was found dead on Thursday, had written a “no one is responsible” text message to her parents, said the police. Reports say 21-year-old Pallavi had sent the SMS to her parents before her phone was switched off. Pallavi was found dead on railway tracks between Parel and Currey Road station on Thursday evening.
Meanwhile, the police have also started recording the statements of an eyewitness of the incident to find out if Pallavi jumped off the train or fell from it. According to a Mid-day report, the eyewitness, who was on board the 6.06 pm CSMT-Dombivili local, the same train that Pallavi was travelling on, said that she saw the 21-year-old lean out of the train twice or thrice.
The Mid-day report also quotes her as saying that as the train passed the Currey Road station, she saw something fall and this was followed by a commotion. She said that she immediately informed the Railway Police about the incident.
Pallavi was pursuing law from a reputed institution. On Thursday, her family waited for many hours for her return. They were also trying to contact her. But after many failed attempts, they registered a missing complaint with MRA Marg police station.
Her family said that they didn’t suspect any foul play in her death. An investigation is on into Pallavi’s mysterious death. The police said that it prima facie appeared to be a suicide.