By TwoCircles.net staff reporter,
Jaipur: A delegation of Welfare Party of India- Rajasthan led by the State President Er. Rashid Hussain visited Nagla Jhamar Wada, village of Gajendra Singh who killed himself in the AAP farmers rally on April 22nd in New Delhi.
Rashid Hussain talking to TwoCircles.net informed that Gajendra Singh’s village is about 200 homes with pukka road within village. His family also appear not to be financially distressed. “There are some serious questions,” Hussain told TCN.
Members of WPI Rajasthan meeting family members of Gajendra Singh.
Hussain informed TCN that Gajendra’s family told the WPI delegation that:
1. Suicide note story is not correct because there is no such crop loss in his own land and farming.
2. Handwriting of suicide note is not Gajendara’s handwriting.
3. Bane Singh claimed “I never told him to leave my house due to crop loss.”
4. He belongs to a reputed and well known family in the village and surroundings.
5. Before leaving to Delhi, he told his younger brother about Delhi visit, at that time he seemed very happy and had some business assignments.
6. He used to tie the Safa (Rajasthnai turban) and he was also expert in this profession and generally he charged 500 rupess per head. He got many awards in this art.
7. He was very enthusiastic and confident person and used to help the people every time, so his family member claiming that he never could make such blander.
8. Gajendra called to his sister Rekha Kanwar just half an hour before of the incident and informed that he was ready for purchasing for the marriage of his cousin.
WPI Team met Gajendra’s father 62-year old Bane Singh, his 18-year old daughter Megha, two sons 13-year old Virendra and 9-year old Raghuvinder and many other family members.
WPI team consisted of Finance Secretary Haseen Ahmed, Office Secretary Hameed Miraza and three local team members.
In a press conference later in the day, Welfare Party of India- Rajasthan demanded CBI enquiry and full justice for his family.