According to the Indian media reports, A 49-year-old protesting farmer from India’s Haryana, who supported the agitation against the Narendra Modi government’s new farm laws, committed suicide at India’s Tikri-Bahadurgarh border.
As per to details, the farmer who committed suicide identified as Rajbir of Hisar district, hung himself from a tree.
Rajbir was part of the ongoing farmers’ sit-in protest being staged at the national border against the 3 agricultural laws.
Indian Bahadurgarh City police station SHO, Vijay Kumar said that “Rajbir belongs from a village in Hisar district. He was found hanging from a tree,”
The Bahadurgarh police said that Rajbir left a note purportedly left behind, it is mentioned that the 3 agriculture laws were responsible for him to take the extreme step.
The police further said that Rajbir also wrote that the Centre should fulfil his last wish by repealing the legislation,
It must be noted that last month, a protesting farmer from Jind in Haryana had allegedly hanged himself from a tree, merely 2 km from the Tikri border protest site.
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