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Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Youth tried to commit suicide during public hearing

Youth tried to commit suicide during public hearing at collectorat

Gwalior (R.J)
Sadeep Shukla 
A unique case has come up during the public hearing today where a young man set fire to his body by putting kerosene on his body outside the public hearing room in the Collectorate, although the people present at the time overcame the fire.the youth burned about 30% Which, with the immediate support of the administration, was admitted to the district hospital for treatment. The young man is now out of danger due to immediate treatment.
Actually, the case is of ward number 6 of Bhitarwar where a young man named Anil Brar had taken illegal possession of the government land by making a small shop, which Bhola Sen living nearby and Ashik Khan, son of the ward councilor, had removed the illegal possession of Anil Brar
 This is revealed by the statement of the complainant taken by Dabra SDM Raghavendra Pandey. The same Mr. Pandey has told that the complainant Anil Brar has three brothers, in which one brother has got the facility of Prime Minister's residence, while the name of Anil Brar is the second house in Bhitwar, it comes in the ineligible list, which does not get the benefit of the Prime Minister's Housing Scheme Could, for which the he was demanding from the councilor and administration for the Prime Minister's residence schem on government land. Today, to bring pressure on the administration, today, he had reached public hearing in Gwalior collectorate by taking kerosene oil from "Bhitarwar".And by putting kerosene on the body, he set it on fire
As soon as Collector Anurag Chaudhary came to know about the matter, he instructed to treat the burnt young man Anil Brar properly, while ordering the matter to be investigated seriously, ADM TN Singh. Soon the report will be submitted to the collector after investigation and action will also be taken against the culprits.