A suicide note recovered from inside her car led to assumption that she had killed herself | Photo courtesy: Arvind Kumar Ojha
- Komal went missing and her car was found on July 6
- A suicide note was recovered from her car
- Later, the police found Komal in Bengaluru
A woman who was reported missing from Delhi on July 5 was traced by the police to Bengaluru, capping days of mystery during which it was initially assumed she had committed suicide.
Komal, a training manager in an insurance company and the daughter of Bharatiya Kisan Union's national secretary, was the woman missing.
Komal went missing and her car, parked near Hindon bridge in Ghaziabad's Uttar Pradesh, was found on July 6.
The car's location and a suicide note recovered from inside the vehicle led to the assumption that she had killed herself by jumping into the Hindon river.
The suicide note accused her husband and in-laws of harrassing her. Komal's father also told the police that her in-laws used to trouble her.
Believing that Komal had jumped into the Hindon river, the police launched a rescue operation that had divers searching for her in the river for three days.
The rescue mission was called off soon. And, then came the breakthrough.
THE PLOT TWIST
Thanks to intelligence inputs, the police found out that Komal was in contact with a few people. The police first zeroed down on Jaipur, Rajasthan as Komal's location.
When the police reached Jaipur, they got information that Komal was in Mumbai, Maharashtra. Upon reaching Mumbai, the police found that Komal was in Bengaluru.
And finally the police found Komal in Bengaluru.
Now, the Ghaziabad Police is in the process of bringing Komal back and an investigation will be launched into the matter.