A 49-year-old farmer from Haryana’s Hisar region on Sunday supposedly draped himself from a tree, around seven kilometres from the Tikri line fight site, police said.
The farmer, who upheld the disturbance against Center’s new homestead laws, has purportedly left a suicide note, they said.
“The person in question, Rajbir, hailed from a town in Hisar region. He was discovered dangling from a tree,” Bahadurgarh City police headquarters SHO, Vijay Kumar said over the telephone.
His body was discovered hanging by sure farmers who educated the police.
In the suicide note purportedly left behind by Rajbir, it is referenced that the three homestead laws were answerable for him to make the outrageous stride. He likewise said that the Center ought to satisfy his last desire by revoking the enactments, police said.
A month ago, a farmer from Jind in Haryana, who was likewise supporting the fomentation against the ranch laws, had additionally supposedly balanced himself from a tree, scarcely two kilometres from the Tikri line fight site.
Prior, another farmer from Haryana had supposedly burned-through a toxic substance at the Tikri line. He had passed on during treatment at a Delhi emergency clinic later.
In December a year ago, an attorney from Punjab had purportedly committed suicide by burning-through poison a couple of kilometres from the dissent site at the Tikri line.
A Sikh evangelist, Sant Ram Singh, had likewise supposedly taken his life close to the Singhu line fight site, guaranteeing that he “couldn’t bear the torment of the farmers”.
A great many farmers have been fighting since November a year ago at Delhi borders with Haryana and Uttar Pradesh, requesting a rollback of the Farmers’ Produce Trade and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Act, 2020, the Farmers’ (Empowerment and Protection) Agreement on Price Assurance and Farm Services Act, 2020, and the Essential Commodities (Amendment) Act, 2020.