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Man commits Suicide at AAP Rally

New Delhi, April 22: In a shocking incident, a man attempted suicide at Jantar Mantar during a rally bu AAP against land acquisition ordinance. He was rushed to a hospital in a serious condition and later he was declared brought dead.

Just before AAP chief and Delhi chief minister Arvind Kejriwal was about to address the rally this afternoon, the incident occurred. According to reports, the man tried to hang himself from a tree. The AAP volunteers brought him down and took him to the Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital.

The victim was identified as Gajendra. He threw the letter from the tree during the rally. The reason behind suicide came to know from that letter that disclosed that he is the victim of crop loss.

He had written that he is a farmer, belongs to Nangal Jhalawar in Rajasthan. His father kicked him out of the house after he faced a serious loss in farming due to unseasonal rain. He has a family, has three children but he has now no work to survive and he has no option to go back his home.

Another shocking thing revealed in the entire episode that Kejriwal took the advantage of the scene when the man, who attempted suicide, was brought down and sent to the hospital, but he continued giving his speech.

He got an opportunity to slam Narendra Modi government calling it as anti-farmer. 

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