Bengaluru: 26-year-old artist jumps to death from 14th floor

Bengaluru, Sept 1: A 26-year-old artist jumped to her death from the 14th floor of an apartment, in mysterious circumstances in southeast Bengaluru on Sunday, Aug 30.

According to media reports, Mumbai-based Isha Handa was living in Bengaluru from last five years.

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Isha was found dead near Tony Apartment complex at Sobha Classic, Haralur Main Road, off Sarjapur Road, around 8 pm, The TOI reported.

Residents and security guards alerted the HSR Layout police officials, following which she was taken to a nearby hospital.

Isha was said to be a popular face among Bengaluru's theatre circle. She was also a founding team member of StayGlad, a mobile-based beauty salon app.

It has been learnt that Isha was staying in Domlur with two of her friends.

Meanwhile, DCP Rohini Katoch Sepat told a daily that they are investigating the case and ascertaining that whom she went to meet at the apartment. Police is also questioning her colleagues and friends.

A case of unnatural death has been registered and Isha's body has been sent for autopsy.

Isha was the single child of her parents, who stay in Mumbai. After hearing the news of her demise, they reached Bengaluru on Monday morning.

Her mother Rajani Sethi Handa said that her daughter was a meritorious student and she had won the President's medal.

Before starting her own venture of StayGlad, Isha was working as an analyst with a bank.

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