A laptop, a mobile phone and some photographs of Geetika Sharma, a former flight attendant who hanged herself at her residence here the day before, were Monday collected by investigators and her post-mortem was conducted, police said.
Sharma, 23, a former flight attendant of the now-defunct MDLR Airlines hanged herself in north Delhi's Ashok Vihar Sunday and in her suicide note blamed her ex-employer and former Haryana minister of state for home Gopal Goyal Kanda for her extreme step, police said.
Some of her photographs collected from her house were with Kanda, who resigned from Haryana cabinet Sunday evening, police said. Her personal diary as well as some official papers were collected earlier.
"The probe is on and it would take some time to confirm the real cause behind Sharma's extreme step,” said a police officer.
The post-mortem report would be available Tuesday, he said.
In her two-page suicide note, the victim blamed Kanda, chairman and managing director of MDLR, and Aruna Chadha, MDLR manager, for breaking her trust, ruining her and hurting her family, police said, adding that a case of abetment to suicide was registered against them.
Kanda's airline ceased to function in 2009 and Sharma was given a job in another company owned by him, police said.
Sharma had joined MDLR in 2006 as an air-hostess. In 2009, she quit her job and left the country to work with Emirates airlines. However, she had only worked there for a few months before returning to the country. In 2010, she again joined MDLR, this time as an executive director, police said.
According to the victim's brother, Gaurav Sharma, his sister was being constantly harassed by Kanda and his colleague Aruna Chadha, both mentally and psychologically.
"My sister quit her job and decided to work with Emirates and had gone for training in Dubai but Kanda wrote to them accusing my sister of having a bad character which led to her termination," he told reporters.
She was being asked by Kanda to join his company again, added Sharma.