Tea vendor in Madhya Pradesh commits himself and leaves heartbreaking note: "Covid ruined business, store bulldozed"

Tea vendor in Madhya Pradesh commits himself and leaves heartbreaking note: "Covid ruined business, store bulldozed"

According to police sources, a tea vendor who resided in the Jaisi Nagar slum in Madhya Pradesh was discovered dead with a suicide note. The guy killed himself by hanging himself. He said in his suicide letter that he believed there was no other way out of his severe financial problems and that was why he had chosen to take the extreme measure.

Before the epidemic, he had a tea business, but during the outbreak, the tea shop suffered losses as a result of the many lockdowns, according to a Navbharat Times story. Later, as part of a campaign against encroachment, the authorities dismantled the business. The individual thus found himself in a difficult financial situation.

He was then made to sell items using a hand cart, but owing to financial difficulties, he decided to take his own life as a way out.

The police arrived to the scene as soon as they had the information, collected the corpse, and then sent it for a postmortem. By building a case in the topic, an investigation is being carried out concurrently. According to a suicide note discovered by the authorities in the deceased's pocket, the person's financial situation drove him to take this action.

According to those who knew the dead, Kallu Rai had three kids and a boy.

Knowing that someone was pushed to such a horrible conclusion by financial hardships and a lack of assistance is very heartbreaking. This story serves as a sobering reminder of the pandemic's effects on people's lives and the value of offering assistance to those who are struggling financially.