The clear and peaceful atmosphere of the country became murky when VG Siddhartha owner of CCD went missing. He was one of the thriving entrepreneurs of the largest democracy of the world. The mysterious disappearance of VG Siddhartha was reported on Monday, July 29.
Siddhartha had left Bengaluru for Sakleshpur in Hassan district in a car on Monday afternoon, but on the way, he directed his driver to drive towards Mangaluru.
At a bridge near Ullala, he got down from the car, told his driver he was going for a walk and asked him to wait. He then walked towards the bridge and never returned. Meanwhile, the family lodged a police complaint and search operation of Siddhartha was initiated. During the search operation, police found a note written by Siddhartha before his missing.
Last Words of VG Sididdhartha
Siddhartha wrote-“I have failed to create the right profitable business model despite my best efforts. I would like to say I gave it my all. I am very sorry to let down all the people that put their trust in me. I fought for a long time but today I gave up as I could not take any more pressure…,”
The note indicated that Siddhartha was in suffering from mental illness caused due to the huge loss in his business. On July 31, the dead body of Siddhartha was recovered by local fishermen from the river. Officials claim that he has committed suicide as he was mentally disturbed.
Political leaders blaming govt.
The death of such a triumphant entrepreneur has shaken the political platform of the country. As some of the extremists have given statements that the income tax department has forcibly pressured Siddhartha to cover up debt.
Some of the political leaders are blaming the current day govt that present-day government has not succored CCD owner in this tense situation.
This is very apologetic for a country where a tea seller is becoming PM of country and a CCD owner is committing suicide. In a purported letter written by Siddhartha before his death that was addressed to the CCD Board of Directors, he had alleged harassment by a previous DG of the Income Tax Department
The death of such a lucrative entrepreneur has shaken the whole business economy of the country. We must say the country has lost its one of the productive asset which cannot be reimbursed.