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ICAI president's daughter Pallavi Vikamsey sent ‘no one is responsible’ text to parents

Pallavi Vikamsey, daughter of ICAI president Nilesh Vikamsey who was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Mumbai on Thursday had sent ‘no one is responsible’ text before her phone was switched off, the Mumbai Police said.


By   |  Updated On : October 06, 2017 11:32 AM
New Delhi :  

Pallavi Vikamsey, daughter of ICAI president Nilesh Vikamsey who was found dead under mysterious circumstances in Mumbai on Thursday had sent ‘no one is responsible’ text before her phone was switched off, the Mumbai Police said.

“The parents told us that Vikamsey had sent them the message ‘no one is responsible’ before her phone was switched off,” The Hindustan Times quoted Sukhlal Varpe, senior inspector of MRA Marg police station as saying.

21-year-old Pallavi Vikamsey, who recently completed her Law degree, went missing on Wednesday. She was last seen boarding a train from platform no. 5 at Mumbai’s CSMT station.

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The sources said that Dadar GRP Police has traced an eyewitness and a statement shall be recorded on Friday.

“It is not clear whether Vikamsey fell from the running train on the opposite tracks or whether she jumped off in front of an oncoming train,” said Nitin Bbade, senior police inspector of Dadar GRP.

The parents of the deceased had not alleged any foul play and police is investigating the case to find out the reasons behind her mysterious death.

First Published: Friday, October 06, 2017 11:05 AM


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