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Japanese exec’s autopsy over,cause of suicide still unknown

Three days after a Japanese national allegedly committed suicide in DLF City Phase 5 park,a post-mortem examination was conducted.

Written by TUHIN DUTTA | Gurgaon | Published: February 24, 2012 12:58:23 am

Three days after a Japanese national allegedly committed suicide in DLF City Phase 5 park,a post-mortem examination was conducted.

“The post-mortem report says he died due to choking. We are still in the dark as to why he took the step,” said SHO,Sushant Lok police station,Amarjeet Kataria.

At the same time,the family members (his wife and brother) translated the suicide note written in Japanese. However,the letter did not reveal the reason behind Tsutomi Omori taking the extreme step,the officer said.

Kataria said,the first part of the note was addressed to his wife,in which the victim said he was leaving her in a tough situation. He asked her to take care of the family. The second part addressed to his father,said he had gone weak and now his father had to take care of the family. The part addressed to his children said he loved them very much,and asked them to do well in life.

Omori (49) was the Managing Director of Olympus medical systems-India,and was living in the locality for the past five years.

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