Bengaluru: No permission to meet CM Yediyurappa - Man tries to kill himself by consuming poison


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (MS)

Bengaluru, Nov 10: In a shocking incident that is reported from Sanjaynagar of the city, a man, who wanted to meet CM Yediyurappa to seek relief for the financial losses he suffered in his business, tried to end his life by consuming poison as he was distraught that he could not meet the chief minister.

Rangadhama (33), a resident of Vadanakallu in Pavagada district is the person who tried to commit suicide. Rangadhama, who was writhing in pain after consuming poison at the park that is near second block of RMV was noticed by passers-by and was admitted to the hospital. The police have informed that he is out of danger. The treatment is still on.


B S Yediyurappa

Rangadhama had gone to the residence of CM Yediyurappa at the Dollar Colony of the city on the morning of Thursday in order to appraise of his financial losses suffered in business and to seek some help from him. However, when he reached the residence, the personnel stationed at CM's residence said that Yediyurappa is not at home. Dejected that he could not meet the CM, he tried to kill himself by consuming poison. This information was given by the victim to the police.

  

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