Rajasthan: 4 people troubled by unemployment, committed Suicides in front of the train
Four young friends troubled by unemployment in Alwar (Rajasthan) of Rajasthan, together, jumped ahead of the train and committed suicide.
Jaipur: Four young friends troubled by unemployment in Alwar (Rajasthan) of Rajasthan, together with Tray Na, jumped ahead and committed suicide . In the electoral atmosphere, this matter has caught political gulf. The Congress has taken the BJP and the Center’s NDA government against this issue. There is assembly elections on December 7 in the state and Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to hold election rally in Alwar city on this Sunday. The incident is Tuesday evening, when four young friends jumped ahead of the moving train together. Three friends died on the spot, while one young man was injured in the incident.
According to police sources, the real causes of suicide by the four youths have not been disclosed. Initial investigations have shown that people were depressed due to unemployment. He told that the group of six youths stood near the tracks on Tuesday evening. Four youths from the group jumped ahead of the moving train, out of which Manoj (24), Satyanarayan Meena (22) and Rituraj Meena were killed, while Abhishek Meena (22) died on Thursday in the hospital during treatment. .
According to the police officer, two other friends Rahul and Santosh informed the police about the incident. Alwar Superintendent of Police Rajendra Singh told that many facts are coming out about the incident. We are investigating the matter. Only after the investigation is completed will be clear. Another police official said that the youth was in depression due to unemployment. Manoj and Satyanarayan were graduates and were preparing for the competitive exams, while Rituraj BA was a first year student. The injured youth has been admitted to a hospital in Jaipur.
At the same time, Congress national spokesman Manish Tewari, in a conversation with reporters in Jaipur, spoke about the incident and alleged that the government of the BJP and the NDA has made this situation of the country. He tainted BJP’s electoral promise to hire 100 million youth in 5 years and said that even 8 lakh opportunities of employment in reality were also born hard. Tell that, according to the campaign in the assembly elections, Prime Minister Modi will address the election rally in Alwar on Sunday. There are 11 assembly constituencies in this district.