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Indian Air Force officer commits suicide 

 International desk

 Published: 12:47 PM, 27 February 2019  

Arvind Sinha

Arvind Sinha

A Wing Commander of Indian Air Force (IAF) reportedly committed suicide by shooting himself with his licenced gun in his official residence at Bamrauli Air Force Station area in Allahabad, a city in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh, on Tuesday morning. 

The deceased was identified as Arvind Sinha, 45, a former defence public relations officer (PRO). His body was found lying on a cot in the verandah of his house. No suicide note, however, was found. 

Reports said the officer was suffering from depression for the past several months. 

Sandeep Mishra, the in charge of the Dhumanganj police station, said, "A woman had reported the incident to the Air Force hospital, after which a team of doctors rushed to the spot but Sinha was dead by then." 

"Police along with forensic experts reached the North Campus and sent the body for postmortem. A complaint has been filed by IAF officers," said Mishra.
“No suicide note was found from the spot but initial probe suggests that Sinha was upset over some personal issues for the last few days,” he added. Times Of India, Hindustan Times