The personal diary of the man who allegedly murdered a senior police officer in Jammu has revealed a depressive mood addicted to death, police sources said. “Dear death, come into my life,” said a note. “I’m so sorry my days, weeks, months, years, my life have been bad,” another said.
Yasir Ahmed, 23, a domestic worker for Hemant Lohia, 57, the superintendent of jails in Jammu and Kashmir, is accused of possessing killed monday night. Search is now in progress. So far, police have not found any terrorist activity.
Police said a diary he belonged to contained songs in Hindi, including one called “Bhula dena mujhe” (“forget me”). Other pages are filled with short sentences and notes—”I hate my life,” “Life is sadness…”—and a graph that begins with a graph of a cell phone battery labeled “1% of my life.” .
“0% love, 90% nervous, 99% sad, 100% fake smile,” it reads further.
Another note titled “Life” – the exact date of writing is unknown – reads: “Mai jasi life je raha hoon, mujhe us sa koi problem nahi hai… The problem is baat se hai, aagay hamara kaya hoga (‘I don’t have a problem with my life now; the problem is what might happen in the future’). “
Police investigations have so far revealed that Yasir Ahmed of Ramban has been working at the officer’s home for six months. “He was very aggressive and depressed,” an officer said.
“There was no apparent act of terror in the preliminary investigation; however, a thorough investigation is underway to rule out the possibility,” police stressed, slamming “unsubstantiated stories.”
The murder occurred while Union Home Minister Amit Shah was visiting Union territory.
Hemant Lohia, a 1992 batch of Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, received his latest post just two months ago. He lives with his family at a friend’s house while his official residence is being renovated.