Fed up with govt regulations, Thane builder shoots self
Thane : A city-based builder today allegedly committed suicide by shooting himself, apparently because he was fed up with government’s regulations and problems being faced by realty developers, police said.
The incident occurred this afternoon when builder Suraj Parmar, who was also the Thane unit President of Maharashtra Chamber of Housing Industry, was at a construction site office of his company, located within the limits of the Kasarwadavali Police Station.
Parmar fired a bullet from his revolver on his head following which he collapsed. He was rushed to a hospital where he was declared brought dead, Police PRO Gajanan Kabdule said.
According to police, a tablet PC has been recovered from Parmar’s office in which he has listed reasons for taking the extreme step. In a note on the PC, the 48-year-old builder has cited reasons like government’s numerous regulations for housing sector and problems being faced by realty developers, among others, for ending his life, police said.