Namal police investigating the suicide of a young farmer in Punjab after returning home from the peasant movement


Banglahant Desk: Farmers are adamant in demanding cancellation of the agricultural bill proposed by the central government. The farmers' protest movement has been going on in the Delhi border for the last 25 days. After the issue of suicide of farmers came to the fore several times before, the news of suicide of a farmer was found again in Baribar.

One farmer committed suicide

Gurlov Singh, a 22-year-old farmer from Dayalpura Mirza village in Bhatinda district of Punjab, joined the movement. As a farmer, Gurlav Singh joined the protest movement against the Center along with all the other farmers. He also returned to his home from the movement on Friday 16 December. But the young farmer committed suicide two days later.

Police are investigating

According to sources, the farmer committed suicide by eating something poisonous. The bodies of the farmers were recovered on Sunday and taken to a local hospital, where doctors declared them dead. Sent for autopsy. It was further learned that these farmers had a burden of Rs 6 lakh on their heads. That's why the police are investigating to find out if there is any other reason behind his death.

The government agreed to amend the agricultural law

Incidentally, the central government has now agreed to accept the demands of the farmers. On behalf of the Union government, Union Minister and President of the Republican Party of India Ramdas Atwale said, “The farmers' movement is being requested to end this time. The central government is now ready to amend this law. The peasants now withdraw the movement. Don't worry, there will be no problem with MSP and APMC.