Top CA Nilesh Vikamsey's Daughter Pallavi Found Dead On Railway Tracks

  • Top CA Nilesh Vikamsey's Daughter Pallavi Found Dead On Railway Tracks

Top CA Nilesh Vikamsey's Daughter Pallavi Found Dead On Railway Tracks

Sources from the police said Gaikwad told them that Pallavi was looking disturbed from the time she boarded the train, repeatedly peeped out the coach's door and was losing her balance.

After recording the statements of friends and parents of 20-year-old law intern whose body was found in mysterious circumstances on the railway tracks near Currey Road station, the police have concluded that she had committed suicide. They then approached the MRA Marg police, who registered a missing person's complaint.

Nilesh Vikamsey is the president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of India. "She sent text messages to a few family members telling them that no one should be held responsible for her actions". But the GRP received a memo from the Parel station master's office only at 7.15 pm. The police did not rule out the possibility of her phone and other things having been stolen from the tracks.

Social media posts circulating early Thursday said Pallavi has been "missing" and was last seen 'entering a slow central railway train on platform no. 5 at CSMT station at 6 pm.

"We neither found her mobile phone near her body nor in her office drawer", said Machindra Chavan, assistant commissioner of police (GRP) Dadar division.

On Thursday, around 3 pm, Pallavi's family reached the Dadar GRP station with MRA Marg police officials and identified her body.

"We are trying to find out what led to her death", the DCP added. The Dadar railway police, probing the death of Parel resident Pallavi, recorded the statement of Geeta Gaikwad, a BMC employee who was travelling in the same train as Pallavi on Wednesday. Till now we found no foul play in this.

The police recorded Pallavi's father, Nilesh's statement on Friday in which he did not make any mention of Pallavi being upset. She was interning with us since three months and studying for her law degree at the Pravin Gandhi College of Law (PGCL) in Mumbai. Her family identified her body on Thurday.