Was Gajendra Singh’s suicide an act that went horribly wrong?

Two witnesses told Delhi police that Gajendra Singh was instigated to climb the tree.

In the probe of death of farmer Gajendra Singh who committed suicide during the Aam Aadmi Party rally, Delhi police have been told by two eye witnesses who claimed that Gajendra was instigated to climb the tree, according to reports.

According the police, as per the account given to them by the witnesses, Gajendra was instigated into climbing the tree and a staging a show and the death was purely an accident and not intended suicide. The Delhi police are still ascertaining the facts and verifying the eyewitness account and are also scanning television channel footage to corroborate the statements.

The Delhi government has completed its inquiry into the Gajendra Singh and the report is expected by the end of this week. Deputy Commissioner (New Delhi) Sanjay Kumar said: “We had to find out the circumstances leading to Singh’s death and we have completed the inquiry. It is based on the eyewitness accounts of the people who appeared before the SDM. We will hopefully submit the report by the end of this week.”

Delhi Police Crime Branch, who is investigating the case, came to the conclusion following the statement of two people and his family members. Sources said, one of them is from Dwarka whom Gajendra called when he came from Kurushetra. The second is whom Singh promised to meet in the next two days. The third is the family statement that Singh called them to watch TV.

Gajendra Singh, a farmer from Rajasthan, committed suicide during  “Kisan Rally” organised by AAP against the central government Land Bill.


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