Man Kills Himself Wanting Government Job, Suicide Note Blames Vasundhara Raje

Namo Narayan Meena committed suicide in Dholpur, Rajasthan after preparing for a government post for ten years.

Waiting to be hired as an Ayurvedic preparer for more than ten years, Meena took his own life and held the former Chief Minister of Rajasthan, Vasundhara Raje, responsible in his suicide note.

The suicide note read:

“Reason for suicide: Ex CM Vasundhara Maharani”

“Why: Because she did not recruit any ‘Ayurveda Compounder’ during her entire regimen.”

Meena was the eldest of five siblings.

The note also states that the government under Vasundhara Raje has released 1460 vacancies for Ayurvedic compounds. The same were announced three times – first by Raje herself, then by Medical Minister Kalicharan Saraf, then by former Medical Minister Rajendra Rathore.

“These positions were ready and vacant, but no recruitment was done,” Meena said in her suicide note.

Police investigations into this matter are still ongoing. The police could not access the deceased’s body as her family cremated Meena without informing anyone.

Anil Gautam, head of Rarmathura police station, said that no official complaint or information has been given by the family of the deceased so far, and investigation is ongoing based on the note. of suicide.

The deceased’s father, Bhanwar Singh Meena, said Narayan had taken a course to qualify for a job as an Ayurvedic trainer and was constantly looking for government jobs. Given their financial situation, Meena’s father had to go into debt to fund her education, which had put a lot of pressure on Meena to find a job.

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