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Aman Baisla commits suicide, alleged- Sumit Goswami threatened him to kill

Aman Baisla, a young businessman committed suicide in New Delhi’s Rohini Sector-11 area after accusing a girl who is the partner of Sumit Goswami, a Haryanvi singer of grabbing money and harassing him mentally. The accused girl is said to be the former business partner of Aman.

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What Happened?

Just before the suicide, Aman Baisla posted a video on his Instagram account, in the video he has made some serious allegations against the girl and Sumit Goswami.

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The Shahabad Dari Police Station took the case and is probing the matter. After the post-mortem, the body has been handed over to the family members of Aman Baisla.

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Who is Aman Baisla?

Aman Baisla lived in Delhi’s Rohini Sector 11. He was a businessman. His business was of supplying daily use items such as shampoo, soap, and towels to hotels and restaurants.

On 29th September, Aman went to his office but did not reach home till late at night. So, his family members reached his office, which was locked from inside. When the door was broken, Aman was found hanging. He was then taken to the nearby hospital where he was declared dead.

According to the information, the accused girl is the former business partner of Aman Baisla and they started working together in the year 2018.

In 2019, the girl separated from him and just came in contact with Sumit Goswami and started working for him.

Aman Baisla has alleged in the video that the accused girl had taken two and a half lakh rupees from him. Not only this but few day-age she again made an excuse and took another five lakh rupees from him. After this, he also got his acquaintance Haryanvi singer to get a million rupees on interest from the businessman. But neither the girl was returning the money nor Sumit Goswami. Not only this, but Haryanvi Singer was also threatening Aman when he asked for money.

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