In Chhatarpur district of Madhya Pradesh, a farmer allegedly committed suicide due to harassment due to outstanding electricity bill. In the suicide note addressed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the farmer has said to sell his organs and repay the debt of the electricity department.
In Mataguvan village, 35-year-old Munendra Rajput hanged himself to death. According to family members, Munendra’s crop had deteriorated. Because of this, he was unable to collect the electricity bill. The officials of the electricity department had issued a notice and asked to deposit 87 thousand dues. A few days later, Muninder’s flour mill and motorcycle were seized. Distressed by this, the farmer went to the farm and committed suicide by swinging from the noose.
Also written a suicide note. It was written that the staff of the department is constantly harassing for the outstanding electricity bill. Even took away my bike. After my death, my body is handed over to the government and every part of my body will be sold and the outstanding debt of the electricity department will be repaid. The farmer also wrote in his suicide note that he has three daughters and a son, among them No one is over 16 years old right now. In the case, the police say that action will be taken according to what will come up after the investigation of the outstanding and suicide note of the power company.