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Blaming state’s lockdown coverage, Kerala hotel owner dies by suicide | Latest News India

In a social media submit, he mentioned his hotel business was doing comparatively effectively however the pandemic- induced lockdown broke him completely. In the notice he mentioned he took many loans from banks and personal financiers and within the current situation it was fairly unattainable to repay these liabilities.

A hotel owner in central Kerala allegedly died by suicide on Tuesday, after writing an in depth submit on social media during which he squarely blamed the federal government’s lockdown norms. His physique was discovered on the railway tracks and he reportedly posted the message hours earlier than his suicide, police mentioned.

In a social media submit, he mentioned his hotel business was doing comparatively effectively however the pandemic- induced lockdown broke him completely. In the notice he mentioned he took many loans from banks and personal financiers and within the current situation it was fairly unattainable to repay these liabilities. He blamed the federal government for his dying.

“You can have hundreds of people in the mall and many in liquor outlets. Buses and marriage halls run with maximum capacity. If more than ten people sit in the hotel the owner will be hauled up. The government’s lockdown policy is quite unscientific and arbitrary,” he mentioned within the notice. In the touching notice he additionally mentioned his youngest son was with autism “and he has every right to live like any other child of his age”. In the notice he additionally requested philanthropists and others to increase a serving to hand to his spouse and two youngsters.

At the tip of his notice he additionally made an odd request. “Police officers who recover my phone kindly entrust it to my daughter because she has online classes.” He was maybe referring to a latest incident during which a police officer was suspended for holding the cellphone of a suicide sufferer whose physique was discovered on the railway tracks. During investigation it was discovered that the police officer was utilizing the sensible cellphone after altering its SIM card.

(Suicide isn’t an answer. Please contact helpline nos: 1056 and 0471-2552056) .

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