Gehlot said that a diary had been recovered from the spot where Jadeja shot himself in which the deceased had purportedly written that he was unable to do the work of a sub inspector.
Gehlot, however, added that it was unlikely that Jadeja killed himself because of work pressure.
Praising the deceased as a very good officer, Gehlot said that Jadeja's death had saddened the entire force.
"He was the leader of the anti-chain snatching squad and was doing very good work. We are investigating what caused him to take this step," Gehlot said.
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