Police Head Constable Shoots Self at Supreme Court 

Family problems led to the extreme step - Sakshi Post

A Delhi Police head constable posted at the Supreme Court allegedly committed suicide on Monday by shooting himself in the court premises.

The deceased, identified as head constable Chandpal (45), shot himself with his service revolver around 8.15 AM. In a two-page suicide note in Hindi that was found from his pocket, he mentioned that he was under tremendous pressure owing to family problems involving his brothers and wife Babli. Chandpal also mentioned that he was saddened about not being given an equal share in the property as his brother by his father, he said.

His duty hours were from 7 AM to 1 PM. He had been posted at the Supreme Court since April 2014 and had joined Delhi Police in 1993.

He hailed from Baghpat district in Uttar Pradesh and was living at the police colony in RK Puram. Pal had moved there with his family two days before Diwali.

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