India`s former envoy to Pakistan commits suicide
New Delhi: KD Sharma, who was India`s high commissioner to Pakistan in 1980s, shot himself with his licensed revolver Thursday at his Preet Vihar home in east Delhi, police said.
"We received a call about the incident at 10 a.m.," a police official said.
Sharma, 79, was the Indian high commissioner to Pakistan during President Zia-ul-Haq`s regime.
A suicide note has been recovered by the police. "The note said he was committing suicide because of his inability to cope with a stomach disease," the police official added.
Sharma also served as Indian envoy in Mauritius and Spain.
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