Bizman blames nine persons in suicide note in Bathinda

Bizman blames nine persons in suicide note in Bathinda

Garg accuses Raju, Aman and Babbu of getting him involved in an investment firm and fraudulently transferring their liabilities to him. REUTERS

Sukhmeet Bhasin

Tribune News Service

Bathinda, October 26

A five-page suicide note has come to the fore of businessman Davinder Garg, who committed suicide after killing his wife and two children a few days ago, in which he has cited financial wrongdoing and harassment by nine persons as the reasons for taking the extreme step.

Liabilities transferred ‘fraudulently’

  • Garg accuses Raju, Aman and Babbu of getting him involved in an investment firm and fraudulently transferring their liabilities to him
  • The three had Bitcoins but told public they had no money and that the investors should contact him for refunds, he writes

The note reads: “The reason for my suicide is the extreme torture by these persons — Manjinder Singh Dhaliwal, alias Happy; Raju Kohinoor, alias Jadugar; Aman Kohinoor; Babbu Kalra; Sanjay Jindal, alias Bobby; Ashok Kumar (Raman Mandi); Praveen Bansal; Abhishek Johri (Delhi) and and Mani Bansal.”

It states Manjinder had transferred Rs 50 lakh to his bank account in March, May and June and was getting back the money in cash, but as a security kept a cheque for double the amount on September 30. Later, Manjinder started demanding Rs 1.04 crore and threatened him.

Garg, in the note, says he paid Manjinder Rs 12 lakh through bank, but the latter demanded Rs 1 crore. Despite repaying the entire transferred amount, Manjinder charged 10 per cent interest on the little amount he used on a monthly basis.

He further writes Raju, Aman and Babbu were criminal-mind persons who got him involved in investment firm Cryptonation Igbt and Affari Coin and transferred their liabilities to him. The three had Bitcoins but told public they had nothing and that the investors should contact Garg for refunds, he adds.

In the note, he calls Sanjay a fake financier who got blank cheques from him and his wife some years ago. Through he returned his money, he charged them an exaggerated rate of interest.

Garg also mentions about threat to his life and that of his family from some of the individuals.

Garg writes that he requested lenders that he didn’t have money, but no one believed him. In the suicide note, he requests Kaka and Poly Bansal to return his in-laws’ house to them as they don’t have anything else with them.

Further, he says he wanted to see his children successful in their lives.

Apologising to family and friends, Garg adds: “My brother Ashwani Garg, friends Jatinder Kansal, Rajesh Goyal, Amit Garg, Sanjiv Garg and Monu Goyal have suffered huge losses due to me and I seek their forgiveness. They are not involved in this and if time had allowed, I would have done a lot for everyone.”

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