New Delhi: An IndiGo employee was found hanging at a guesthouse in Gurugram’s Sushant Lok area on Friday. The 35-year-old employee identified as Mausami Gautam allegedly committed suicide by hanging herself from the ceiling fan with a ‘dupatta’ (stole). No suicide note has been recovered. Also Read - Forceful Eviction of COVID-19 Treating Doctors: AIIMS Writes to HM Shah Against Landlords
“We are saddened to hear about the unfortunate passing away of our colleague in Gurugram this morning. At this point, our thoughts and prayers are with her family and loved ones,” IndiGo airlines said, expressing grief over its employee’s demise. Also Read - 'Stop Spreading Rumours and Educate Yourself': Airline Employee on Being Ostracised Over Coronavirus | WATCH
A police officer investigating the case said that the woman, who worked as an assistant manager of security in IndiGo had come to Gurgaon to attend a work-related training programme. She was supposed to return to her home town in Assam on Friday. Also Read - 'Such Behaviour Cannot be Permitted': Delhi HC Dismisses Kunal Kamra's Plea Challenging Flying Ban
“She was married and had an eight-year-old daughter. Her post-mortem will be conducted on Saturday once her family members arrive,” the officer added.
Speaking to a news portal, the owner of the guest house said,”The woman had ordered food between 9.30 pm and 10 pm on Thursday night. She was staying alone in the room. Several people of the private company were staying in the hotel as well. The police was informed immediately about the incident.”