A 36-year-old pilot from Serdang allegedly committed suicide due to stress after losing his job two months ago.
According to Bernama, the man, A. Sanjiv Daevin, allegedly jumped off the 12th floor of a condominium unit in Bandar Kinrara on Monday (3 August) at 3pm and died from injuries.
Serdang district police chief ACP Ismadi Borhan said police inspection around the area did not find any suspicious elements of foul play.
Witnesses at the scene and people close to him learnt that the man had been a pilot at a local airline but had been fired from his job two months ago.
“The pressure of the problems he was facing is believed to have led to his decision to jump off his condo building,” Ismadi said, adding that the police are still investigating the incident.
A memorial service was held for Sanjiv on 4 August at Jing An Memorial Village followed by a cremation.
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