Handwriting Experts Confirm Suicide Note Written By Darshan Solanki

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Handwriting Experts Confirm Suicide Note Written By Darshan Solanki

| Updated: April 7, 2023 13:08

In its report submitted to the Mumbai Police’s special investigation team (SIT), experts at the handwriting analysis department of the Crime Investigation Department (CID) have confirmed that the note was penned by the deceased. The specially constituted SIT was handed over the probe into the death of Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B) student Darshan Solanki. 

Solanki (18), who hailed from Ahmedabad was a first-year B.Tech (Chemical) student. He jumped off the seventh floor of his hostel building at IIT-Bombay, in the suburban Powai, on February 12. In the days after his death, the police had said no suicide note was found.

However, his family and some students alleged that Solanki was driven to suicide due to discrimination against Scheduled Castes students on the campus. 

Over a month later, and after the Maharashtra government moved the case from the police to a special investigation team (SIT), investigators claimed having found a “suicide note” from Solanki’s room, which stated: “Arman has killed me.”

Arman Iqbal Khatri, who is named in the “suicide note”, is a classmate of Solanki. Meanwhile, the police filed a case of abetment to suicide against the named. The SIT is further investigating the matter.

The inquiry committee set up by the IIT-B ruled out caste-based discrimination and hinted at deteriorating academic performance as a possible cause of suicide.

In the next step forward, the SIT will push for a lie-detector test for the accused to be able to accurately construct the sequence of events. 

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