Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Anissia Batra who worked with Luftansa Airlines died after she allegedly jumped from the terrace of her home. The 32 year old flight attendant’s family have filed a report against her in laws and husband Mayank Singhvi for mentally and physically torturing her in the last month. On Friday, after she jumped from her home in Panchsheel Park, the police received a call from her husband. Mayank Singhvi allegedly told the police that he received on Friday evening a text message from his wife, threatening to kill herself. He claimed he was home at the time, but by the time he reached the terrace, she had jumped. He told the police that he took her to a hospital where she was declared dead. Ms Batra’s brother Karan Batra said she had sent a series of messages to them before she died. “My sister messaged us to call the police. She said Mayank had locked her in a room. ‘…because of him my life is going to go, please don’t leave him,’ she wrote. We don’t know if he pushed her or she jumped, but we have been trying to get them arrested and police aren’t helping,” he told reporters. “Nobody from his family called us. Her post-mortem on Sunday was to be videographed. When we went to AIIMS, the police in charge assured us it was being done, but the doctors told us otherwise. The cops aren’t doing anything,” he added. In the complaint filed in June, Ms Batra’s father, a retired Major General, had alleged that she was tortured by her husband and in-laws. “If she is physically harmed, her husband and his parents should be held responsible,” Major Gen (Retd) RS Batra had written in his complaint.