Anirban Blah sent his suicide note to Times of India before making the move
In a very cowardly attempt to run away from what he did, Anirban Blah tried to kill himself earlier this morning after midnight. For reasons best known to him, he sent out his suicide note to Times of India before going over to Vashi bridge to jump. TOI acted fast and contacted the police, who then sent their people over to Vashi bridge to watch out for him coming. They stood by there and waited for him and as soon as he reached the area, they caught him and brought him to the police station.
As per the earlier news articles, the police acted on a tip-off that he was going to commit suicide and went over to the bridge to wait for him for about 45 minutes. Clearly, these police people know their job and are not like the police in Bollywood films at all.
So, it seems that the allegations about him must be worst than what we are all hearing. He truly is fearing the worst. Maybe his family had no idea and they found out from the media, like all of us did. What shame, right? How can you fix that? He has done some horrible things and only now, he realises the shame that his wife and kids feel. The problem is, he didn’t commit this sin once but many many times. He has traumatised so many girls, so this is not something that can easily be forgiven or forgotten.
Hopefully, this really did happen and it’s not some ploy to get people to feel sorry for him. This is what we are side-eyeing:
Would a man so distraught name his position and company just before he tried to kill himself? When you are depressed and out of it, the answer would probably be, “I don’t want to live anymore. I want to die.” You won’t find the strength to say, I am Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, a company that makes software.
Well, it’s not fair to judge, so let’s go with: only he knows what he did and what his true intentions are.
Here’s the note Anirban Blah sent to Times of India: