Gorakhpur man commits suicide on railway track, suicide note revealed this

Mar 03 2020 01:37 PM
Gorakhpur man commits suicide on railway track, suicide note revealed this

The crime case that has come up recently is surprising. In this case, the brick kiln businessman Deendayal Singh alias Dinu (43) committed sucide by jumping in front of the train near Tarang crossing late on Sunday night. According to the information received, Deendayal's father KB Singh was a big businessman and after his death in December, the brick business was handled by Deendayal. The police identified the body and informed the family about the matter. The police has also recovered suicide note from the body. In that note, the deceased has even accused the elder brother of grabbing property.

According to the information received, the police is engaged in questioning Deendayal's elder brother. Talking about Deendayal's wife, she has written in a complaint to the police that her husband committed suicide by coming under depression. In fact, KB Singh, a resident of Basant Enclave Apartments of Rajendranagar in Gorakhnath area, died in December 2019 and was a brick kiln businessman. His six sons managed their own businesses and the third number sons Ashok Singh alias Kali and Deendayal handled the brick kiln business.

According to the information received in this case, since the death of the father, there was a fight between the two brothers over the kiln and Deendayal left the house at around 10:30 pm on Sunday night. After that, someone informed the police that there was a dead body on the railway track. At the same time, the Kotwali police reached the spot and identified on the basis of the documents found in the pocket and informed the family members. Now the police is engaged in the investigation in this matter and it is reported that further action will be taken on the basis of the investigation.

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