@SpringB, There is a published information in Times of India that Siddartha and his wife Mrs. Malavika held 54% of the total equity of Coffee Day. 60% of this equity was pledged in 2018 which increased to 76% in 2019. The total debt of Coffee Day increased from Rs, 4,004 crores in 2018 to Rs. 6, 547 crores in 2019. The current liabilities which need to be repaid within 12 months raised to Rs. 3,890 crores in 2019 from Rs. 811 crores in 2018. Siddartha sold 20% of his stake in MindTree to L & T which reduced his debt by Rs 3,200 crores which brought in Rs. 2,100 crores after taxes. He was planning to raise Rs. 1,600 crores from one of the country's top lenders. He was also trying to sell his Global Tech Village for Rs. 2,800 crores to Blackstone and one other investor. He also started substantial sale of equity of Coffee Day to Coca-Cola which didn't materialize either. He also bought Sical Logistics, one of the largest forest in Amazon in South America on a 30 year lease in 2011. When you have current liabilities repayable in 12 months become too much handle, people panic and that might have caused him to jump from the bridge being a good human being. It is not speculation, in my view. She has correctly written a snippet from the published information.