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Sisodia visits family of man who committed suicide

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Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today visited the family of a man, who allegedly committed suicide after his scrap business got ruined in the onging drive.

Sisodia along with (AAP) convenor visited the family at Mustafabad area here and condoled the death of Mohammad Shakil.



Sisodia consoled the bereaved family of Shakil and encouraged them to face the situation.

He alleged that Prime Minister Modi's government was in the name of committing a scam of Rs 8 lakh crore in which people were loosing their lives.

The deputy chief minister alleged that on one hand figures of death were rising day by day and on the other hand was waiving off loan of his industrialist friends.

He claimed that people were encouraged to deposit their hard earned money in the banks, so that loans of industrialist friends of Modi can be waived.

He alleged that due to the policies of the Modi government, the common man and middle class people were forced to take their lives.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today visited the family of a man, who allegedly committed suicide after his scrap business got ruined in the onging demonetisation drive. Sisodia along with Delhi Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) convenor visited the family at Mustafabad area here and condoled the death of Mohammad Shakil. Sisodia consoled the bereaved family of Shakil and encouraged them to face the situation. He alleged that Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government was in the name of demonetisation committing a scam of Rs 8 lakh crore in which people were loosing their lives. The deputy chief minister alleged that on one hand figures of death were rising day by day and on the other hand Modi government was waiving off loan of his industrialist friends. He claimed that people were encouraged to deposit their hard earned money in the banks, so that loans of industrialist friends of Modi can be waived. He alleged that due to the policies of the Modi government, the common man and ... Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today visited the family of a man, who allegedly committed suicide after his scrap business got ruined in the onging drive.

Sisodia along with (AAP) convenor visited the family at Mustafabad area here and condoled the death of Mohammad Shakil.

Sisodia consoled the bereaved family of Shakil and encouraged them to face the situation.

He alleged that Prime Minister Modi's government was in the name of committing a scam of Rs 8 lakh crore in which people were loosing their lives.

The deputy chief minister alleged that on one hand figures of death were rising day by day and on the other hand was waiving off loan of his industrialist friends.

He claimed that people were encouraged to deposit their hard earned money in the banks, so that loans of industrialist friends of Modi can be waived.

He alleged that due to the policies of the Modi government, the common man and middle class people were forced to take their lives.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Sisodia visits family of man who committed suicide

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today visited the family of a man, who allegedly committed suicide after his scrap business got ruined in the onging drive.

Sisodia along with (AAP) convenor visited the family at Mustafabad area here and condoled the death of Mohammad Shakil.

Sisodia consoled the bereaved family of Shakil and encouraged them to face the situation.

He alleged that Prime Minister Modi's government was in the name of committing a scam of Rs 8 lakh crore in which people were loosing their lives.

The deputy chief minister alleged that on one hand figures of death were rising day by day and on the other hand was waiving off loan of his industrialist friends.

He claimed that people were encouraged to deposit their hard earned money in the banks, so that loans of industrialist friends of Modi can be waived.

He alleged that due to the policies of the Modi government, the common man and middle class people were forced to take their lives.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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