GURGAON: OYO founder and CEO Ritesh Agarwal’s father fell to his death Friday afternoon from the family’s 20th floor apartment at The Crest, a premium DLF-5 condominium. It wasn’t clear how he fell. Police said they had started an inquiry but had not received any complaint from the family. DCP (east) Virender Vij told TOI they didn’t recover any note during inspection of the spot. Ramesh Agarwal fell to his death from a 20th floor flat at The CrestIn a statement, he said the security staff at The Crest told them the incident happened around 1pm. A team from Sector 53 police station went to the society, where they found Agarwal had been taken to Paras Hospital in Gurgaon. ‘Father’s warmth saw us through tough times'”Ramesh Agarwal was brought dead at Paras Hospital. After taking the statement of the deceased’s son Aashish Agarwal (Ritesh’s brother), police have started further investigation under Section 174 of the CrPC. The SHO of Sector 53 police station and the crime unit team visited the incident site for inspection. A postmortem has been carried out and the body has been handed over to the family,” according to the police statement. “Teams have been formed to investigate,” the DCP told TOI.Later on Friday, the OYO founder issued a statement, requesting that the family’s privacy be respected at this time.”With a heavy heart, my family and I would like to share that our guiding light and strength, my father, Shri Ramesh Agarwal, passed away on March 10. He lived a full life and inspired me and so many of us, every single day. His death is a tremendous loss for our family. My father’s compassion and warmth saw us through our toughest times and carried us forward. His words will resonate deep in our hearts. We request everyone to respect our privacy in this time of grief,” Ritesh said.Just days ago, the 29-year-old billionaire got married to Geetansha Sood, the director of Farmation Ventures Pvt Ltd. The couple had on March 7 hosted a reception at a five-star hotel in the capital that was attended by SoftBank Group founder Masayoshi Son and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal, among others.