A local model and photographer who also worked as an executive in a top salon in Chennai has returned to her home after remaining incommunicado for the last three days. The 29-year old woman had gone missing on her two-wheeler that she rode alone.
While the police officials are not telling anything on the record, off record they claim that the woman was suffering from anxiety and depression. They also claim that there were some issues related to her personal life that might have played a role in her depression and eventual disappearance.
The woman was reportedly very active on social media and had been using a pseudonym to express herself. In some of her posts, rather long ones, she talks about her relationship with some unnamed person.
Under pseudonym Jikki Padhoo the woman posted a note about a lover: “A tear rolls down, from both our eyes, at the same time. My lips quivering, crying, I’m trying to prepare you, pulling myself up. But I give up the next minute. You slap me. You slap me crying, desperate, ‘Get up Gaanam, get up”.
Police officials have not been very forthcoming about her, as they seem to be struggling to dig as to what went wrong that forced her to go incommunicado. A police official was quoted by the media as saying. “We understand she had marriage related issues with her family and had some health issues as well”.
Reports suggest that Nair, a native of Delhi, she has been staying in Chennai for past 15 years with her aunt. She did not reach her workplace in Nungambakam on Friday. A complaint gas was registered at KK Nagar police station. Police sources says they are looking at any possible discord between her and family members. 2 special teams have been formed to trace Gaanam Nair. Police sources say they are monitoring her Twitter and Facebook accounts. Police said that the woman was last seen on her way to work, travelling from Virugambakkam to Nungambakkam on a black Activa early on the morning of 26 May.