Ankit Kumar Jha, 27, was a discharged trainee of Air Force Technical College, Jalahalli . He was last seen around 2 p.m.
BENGALURU: On Wednesday, a 27-year-old discharged trainee of Air Force Technical College (AFTC), Jalahalli, was discovered dead in an unknown room in the college hostel.Ankit Kumar Jha was a resident of Uttam Nagar, New Delhi.His family suspects a criminal intent behind his disappearance.According to an investigation brought by Ankits younger brother Aman, Gangammanagudi police filed a murder trial against six AFTC officials.He alleged he was forced to sign some papers.According to police, Ankit died of suicide, and further investigation is needed to find the truth.His body has been held in a mortuary and is waiting for his parents to arrive before an autopsy is performed.We have started a case of murder stemming from the allegations made by his family members and are waiting for the postmortem report, according to Vinayak Patil, deputy police commissioner (north). He was last seen around 2 p.m. Aman told police that his brother was murdered at AFTC Bengaluru on September 21 according to the FIR's summary, which is available here.He named six individuals who were members of the AFTC as the perpetrators and urged cops to arrest them.On Wednesday, Ankit didn't respond to phone calls from his parents, brother, and me.I went to the hospital to see what had transpired and officials told me Ankit was no longer there. The suicide note details his abuse and humiliation, according to her, and how he was compelled to sign the papers.He was discharged and was dealing with a lot of mental illness.The postmortem will be performed on Friday, according to police.In a hostel, a discharged air force college student was discovered dead.