A manager of the State Bank of India attempted suicide by jumping from the third floor of the SBI building in Sector 5 here on Monday evening.
The official landed on the roof of a vehicle that was parked on the premises and sustained serious injuries on his head and leg.
Before jumping, the official damaged office material, including furniture and an LCD. Suresh Meena, a manager in the SBI headquarters in Sector 5, jumped from the third floor around 5 pm. The office staff rushed him to the hospital, where doctors said he had a fracture in his right leg and injuries on his head and arms.
The office staff said Suresh was depressed. He was on leave for 15 days and had joined office a few days ago. Suresh was staying with his family in Sector 4.
ACP (Crime) Adarshdeep Singh and the SHO of the Sector 5 police station, Karamvir, reached the General Hospital, Sector 6, where Suresh was hospitalised. The SHO said they were investigating the matter and would soon record Suresh’s statement.