New Delhi: In a shocking twist to the Bangalore death of a 26-year-old theatre person named Isha Handa, it has now come to light that the girl actually researched on the internet to find the perfect way of committing a suicide.
According to Bangalore Mirror, Isha had used the search engine Google for looking up on the web, 'how to commit suicide' and the 'best method' to do so. She had also been searching the best localities and areas with tall buildings.
Earlier, police was not ruling out the possibility of murder besides suicide. But now, forensic experts revelation might help the cops in solving the mysterious death of the young working woman. The report reveals that her smartphone, which was recovered from the spot showed that Isha extensively searched for over two days to decide on a perfect method to end her own life. She reportedly surfed 89 websites to find the 'best and most effective' way to kill herself.
Isha had been planning her own death for over 48 hours, as per reports. Earlier, police was suspecting foul play, but with these recent revelations they are now inclined towards concluding it as a suicide. However, the motive behind her extreme step still remains a mystery.
The 26-year-old Isha was reportedly found dead under mysterious circumstances on Sunday evening.
It has been reported that the girl allegedly jumped off the 13th floor of the Sobha Classic, Haralur Main Road, off Sarjapur Road, between 8-8.30pm. According to TOI report, "She lived in Diamond District on Old Airport Road in Domlur with two of her friends. We are talking to about 250 families who live at Sobha Classic; so far, no one from there seems to know Isha. We don't know if and who she was visiting at the apartment," DCP (Southeast) Rohini Katoch-Sepat revealed.
After the residents and the security guards found her body lying in a pool of blood, she was rushed to the hospital, where she was declared brought dead. The report further reveals that a bag was found along with her slippers. The bag contained a rope and some other articles—the purpose of which is yet to be ascertained.
Incidentally, the residents of Sobha Classic building did not recognise Isha and the police is still investigating the real reason for her to visit the society. Isha, herself stayed at Coconut Grove apartment on Old Airport road and was earlier working with a private film. Isha had started her own company called StayGlad four months back, which catered beauty services on demand at your doorstep facility.
A toxicology screen followed by the post-mortem examination is expected to reveal whether she had consumed any pills or drugs, a senior investigating officer reportedly said.