Farmer Suicide at AAP Rally: Bassi meets Rajnath

New Delhi, April 23: After the suicide of a farmer at AAP rally in Jantar Mantar, the politics in Delhi has turned crucial. Delhi police Commissioner BS Bassi and Lieutenant Governor Najeeb Jung met Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh over the issue.

Delhi police are investigating the matter to know whther it was suicide or he was motivated to die.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had not expected the case will turn ugly. Questions are raised on him what he wanted to show to media or it was the conspiracy against the Centre to blame Prime Minister Narendra Modi over farmers' issue and land bill.

The farmer climbed the tree and attempted suicide in presence of hundreds of AAP workers. Even AAP chief Kejriwal and his associates were present, noticed the scene and they were seen smiling to witness the entire episode.

Instead of obstructing the man from doing the crime, Kejriwal continued his speech against the Centre, addressed the gathering and blamed the Delhi police not to stop that man who attempted suicide.

Later, the AAP volunteers climbed the tree and brought him down and took him to the hospital. But, he was declared brought dead. It suggested that the man was already dead when Kejriwal was addressing the crowd.

Without feeling guilt for the horrific scene, Kejriwal and his men started blaming the Delhi police and media for not stopping the incident to happen.

According to Kumar Viswas, who showed a letter that was dropped from the victim's hand, his name was Gajendra Singh. He is the son of a farmer. He belongs to Dausa in Rajasthan. He was kicked out of his home by his father after his crops were damaged. He has three children. He has no work now and he wanted suggestion how to survive.

However, the media report claimed today that the victim had no family problems. He was in Delhi when there was a wedding function at his home. His father had not kicked him out. His family said that he was motivated to do such thing.

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