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HSBC manager ends life in hotel
TNN | Mar 18, 2009, 06.44 AM IST
HYDERABAD: An assistant general manager with HSBC Bank, Banjara Hills, committed suicide at a hotel room in Lakdikapul on Tuesday. L Sunil Shankar Goud, 32, was a resident of Gandhi Nagar.
At about 4 pm, the staff of Dwaraka Hotel informed police about one of their guests not responding to calls, Saifabad police said. "We forced open the door of room number 202 and saw Sunil lying dead on the bed," Saifabad inspector of police M Sudarshan said.

He said that there was an empty glass and a whisky bottle in the room. "We suspect he might have mixed some poisonous chemical in liquor and consumed it," Sudarshan said. Police said Sunil checked into the hotel on Sunday and was last seen on Monday night.

Police found a suicide note written in English near the body. "According to the suicide note, Sunil was not happy with the marriage proposals he got and decided to end his life," Saifabad SI Rashid Ali said.

A case under section 174 (Suspicious death) of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) was registered and the body has been shifted for a postmortem.

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HSBC Bank asst manager found dead in hotel

By Express News Service
Published: 18th March 2009 08:28 AM
Last Updated: 15th May 2012 08:49 PM

HYDERABAD: A Senior executive of a private bank committed suicide in a hotel here on Tuesday. Police suspect domestic problems might have drove the bank employee to end his life.

Saifabad police said the victim, L Sunil Shankar Goud (32), was the assistant manager of HSBC Bank and resident of Jhirra in Gandhi Nagar. He was found dead in Room No. 202 of Hotel Dwaraka at Lakdikapul in the evening.

Shankar was seen by the hotel staff entering his room with `some’ bottles at around 10 pm on Monday. ``The hotel staff did not get any response from Shankar when they went to perform routine cleaning duties today morning and also in the evening after which they informed us,’’ Saifabad police sub-inspector Rasheed said.

Forcing open the doors, police found Shankar dead in the room. A couple of liquor bottles were also found in the room.

Shankar might have consumed some tablets or poison mixed in liquor, Rasheed said. Shankar left behind a suicide note holding no one responsible for his death. He also asked the police to inform his relatives about his death but not to the media.

Rasheed said Shankar had checked into Room No 204 of the hotel on March 15. On Monday night, he shifted to Room No 202 as there was problem of power supply in the room. ``We are yet to ascertain the reasons for Shankar’s suicide. We could contact his distant relatives who are not in a position to tell the possible reasons behind the suicide,’’ Rasheed said and added that problems over getting married might have driven Shankar to end his life.