The Hush Post| 9:55 am |one-minute-read
An assistant vice-president working with Genpact committed suicide at his home in Noida. A suicide note has been found. As per the suicide note he ended his life following allegations of sexual harassment at the office by two women staff members.
In the purported suicide note addressed to his wife, he said that all the allegations were false. The body of 35-year-old identified as Swaroop Raj was found hanging from the ceiling fan at their apartment in the Paramount Floraville society by his wife around 11.30 pm when she returned from work. In the suicide note, he explained what made him take the extreme step.
Swaroop was a native of Gurugram and lived in the Noida with his wife. They had been married for two years. Two women employees from Genpact had accused him of sexual harassment on December 12. The company had suspended him on December 18 till the investigations in the case were complete. In his purported suicide note, he denied the allegations and said that even he was proven innocent, his reputation had been tarnished for life and he wouldn’t be able to return to the office. He also wrote that he loved his wife dearly and that she should be strong and live with respect.
Surajpur SHO Manish Chauhan confirmed that, “A suicide note has been found. However, no complaint has been made by the members of the family.”
According to his LinkedIn profile, he had joined Genpact in 2007 as a process developer and made way up the corporate ladder. He was promoted to the position of the assistant vice president recently.