Agnipath Protests: Jangaon Aspirant Attempts Suicide Over Fear Of Arrest

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Jangaon Aginpath Aspirant  Govind Ajay Attempts Suicide Over Fear Of Arrest - Sakshi Post

JANGAON: An Agnipath aspirant had attempted suicide over the fear of being arrested by the police for taking part in the protests at the Secunderabad railway station on Wednesday in the district.

It may be recollected that hundreds of youth went on a rampage and attacked Secunderabad railway station on June 17, setting fire to several railway bogeys and damaging public property on the platform. Police arrested the protesters and registered cases under various sections.

With the law enforcement authorities working on technical evidence to collect substantial proof against the protesters, the youth identified as Govind Ajay who was involved in the Secunderabad arson consumed a poisonous substance at his residence in Kottapalli village in Ghanpur mandal of Jangaon. Ajay's parents immediately rushed him to a private hospital, where he is being treated.

Apparently, Ajay had spoken to a TV channel during the protests and the Ghanpur police had come for inquiry and spoke to him. Though no case was filed against him, the police said that he would be called again for questioning. After the police left Ajay went into depression for three days fearing if a police case was foisted against him would be detrimental to his career hence he took the extreme step. Speaking to Sakshi Ajay said that he went there after a WhatsApp message was sent to him about the protest. Ajay said that he had passed the Army Physical Test and said he was looking forward to the written test. He said that while applying for the Army and he had also applied for a job as a police constable. Fearing that a case would be filed against him for participating in the protest which would impede his plans for getting employment in the Army he attempted suicide, Ajay said while speaking from the hospital.

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