Mumbai: The advocate appearing for the family of Dr Payal Tadvi,  a second-year resident doctor who allegedly committed suicide in B Y L Nair Hospital in Mumbai Central, claimed that the Forensic department has confirmed the screenshot of the note recovered from the phone. Also Read - Kamal Nath Moves Supreme Court Over EC's Decision to Revoke His 'Star Campaigner' Status

Advocate Gunaratna Sadavarte, appearing for Dr Payal Tadvi’s family, said, ” Today it has been proved that the three accused were aware of the suicide note and tried to destroy it.” Also Read - IPL 2020 Live Cricket Score DC vs MI, Today's Match 51 Live Updates, Dubai: Bumrah Edges Rabada For Purple Cap With Three Wickets, Delhi Crumble

According to Sadavarte, the suicide note mentioned casteist slurs and also named the three women doctors arrested in the case. Also Read - Kajal Aggarwal-Gautam Kitchlu New Wedding Pictures Out: Bride And Groom Perform Rituals in Mandap

The police had registered a case against three doctors — Hema Ahuja, Bhakti Mehare and Ankita Khandelwal, all Dr Tadvi’s seniors — after she killed herself in her hostel on May 22. All of them were arrested after a week since they were absconding.

According to reports, the inquiry by the hospital’s anti-ragging committee had confirmed Payal was harassed by her seniors over her caste.

The report by the hospital’s anti-ragging committee said that in the nine days leading to Payal’s suicide after her husband complained to the gynaecology unit head at the TN Topiwala National Medical College in Mumbai, she faced “extreme harassment” from the three senior resident doctors.

Police have initiated action under section 201 (destruction of evidence) of India Penal Code.