Indian women’s hockey star Jyoti Gupta found dead. But how?


Internet Desk: Indian national team hockey player, talented Jyoti Gupta, allegedly committed suicide on a rail track near Rewari station in Haryana on Wednesday.

A few locals saw her body on the rail track and immediately informed the police. After getting a statement from the driver of of the Chandigarh-Jaipur Intercity Express, police has come to a decision that Jyoti had committed a suicide.  The driver had said to the police that the girl “suddenly appeared” in front of the speeding train when it was crossing the Jhajjar Road over bridge.

“He said he tried to pull the brakes but the girl came in front of the train before it could be stopped,” Ranveer Singh, SHO, GRP Rewari told TOI.

Police also told that Jyoti told her parents that she was going to Maharshi Dayanand University to get her name corrected on the class X and XII marksheet. As per sources she last talked with her parents at around 7 pm to inform that the bus had stopped and so she would be reaching late. Later. At around 10:30 pm. The GRP called up her mother to inform about Jyoti’s death.

The 20 year old striker had represented the country during 2016 South Asian Games which was held at Guwahati. Earlier this year she took part in a camp ahead of India’s campaign in the World Hockey League semi-finals.

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