Farmer troubled by moneylender commits suicide in Madavara: 5 lakh was demanded on interest for daughters’ marriage, if money was not given by signing on blank cheques-stamp, then hanged

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A 45-year-old farmer committed suicide by hanging himself after being fed up with a moneylender in Madavara, Lalitpur. The deceased had complained against the accused moneylender to the higher officials of the police and administration about a week ago. Due to lack of action, he gave up his life. Police have started investigation by taking the body in possession.

Narayandas Kurmi, the son of Khemchandra, a resident of village Deori of Narhat police station area of ​​Madavara, committed suicide by hanging himself on the chicken farm house built on his farm away from the village. When people saw the dead body hanging on the chicken farm house, they told the relatives.

Bhaiyaju, brother of the deceased Khemchandra, told that Khemchandra had talked about taking 5 lakh rupees on interest from a moneylender, in return for which the moneylender got Khemchandra signed seven blank checks and stamps and asked to give the money after a month. Gone. Due to this, he was going under mental stress for the last one week.

By writing a letter to the higher officers, the whole matter was told but till now no action was taken.

Complaint was made to DM and SP

According to the brother of the deceased, on June 13, an application was given to the higher officials against a named moneylender of Madavara. In which the moneylender was accused of keeping seven blank checks of his Punjab National Bank.

Seeing the dead body of the farmer hanging on the form, the villagers called the police.

Could not yellow the hands of daughters

According to Bhaiyaju, he has two nieces for whose marriage his brother was arranging money. At the same time, there has been a furore in the family after the incident. Regarding the matter, Narhat police station head Virdhwaj says that the police had gone to the spot, the whole matter is being investigated.

A copy of the letter was also sent to the bank

A copy of the letter was also sent to the branch manager of PNB’s branch where Khemchandra had an account, requesting him not to pay by giving details of the number of blank cheques. In that also the name of the accused was written.

Suicide note found from the pocket of the deceased

Police have found a suicide note from the pocket of the deceased. In which the deceased has accused two moneylenders of Madavara of torturing them. Along with this, in the suicide note, a plea has been made for the safety of the life and property of the family. Both the moneylenders are said to be quite impressive.

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