Abhishek Makwana, writer Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah, dies by suicide; Family says he was the victim of a cyber fraud


The popular sitcom, Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah writer Abhishek Makwana committed suicide. According to recent reports, his family claim that Abhishek has been the victim of cyber fraud and blackmail. The family said he was receiving phone calls from blackmailers demanding that Abhishek repay the loan he had taken out.Read also – Mahant Narendra Giri, leader of Akhil Bharatiya Akhara Parishad, found dead; PM Modi condolences death

According to a Mumbai Mirror report, on November 27, Abhishek committed suicide by hanging himself from a ceiling fan, he left a note mentioning that he was facing financial problems. Jenis, Abhishek’s brother was unaware of these threatening phone calls and only learned of his financial problems after his death. Read also – Taarak Mehta Ka Ooltah Chashmah Fame Nidhi Bhanushali Shares Stunning Selfie In Black Deep Cleavage Shirt | View the photo

Jenis was quoted as saying, “I checked my brother’s mail because since his death I have received several phone calls from different numbers demanding repayment of loans he owed to someone. One call was a number registered in Bangladesh, one in Myanmar, and others were from different states in India. Read also – Hyderabad accused of rape and murder found dead on railway tracks 2 days after threat of “meeting”

He added, “From what I understand from the email recordings, my brother first took out a small loan from one of the ‘easy loan’ apps that charge an interest rate. very high. I watched the transactions between them and my brother closely after that. I noticed that they continued to send small amounts despite my brother not requesting the loans. Their interest rates can reach 30%.

An investigation is underway and the figures have been communicated to the police. However, Charkop police have yet to collect strong evidence against said company. An official said if any evidence was found they would not hesitate to take action against the company, Mumbai Mirror reported.


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