March 20, 2023

Hyderabad News: ‘Consider this burden on the poor…’ pleads CM over traffic challan, worker gives his life A Hyderabad man ends his life with a Rs 9000 challan after being caught drunk driving for the third time

Hyderabad News: According to police, a total of 23 traffic challans were pending on the bike registered in the name of A. Yellaiah, from October 23, 2018 to January 17, 2023, before the March 6 incident. These charges include cases of unlicensed driving, wrongful parking and triple driving.

Hyderabad News: Hyderabad Drive traffic From a worker in charge suicide A new turn has come. worker 50 year old A Yelaiah In the suicide note, he mentioned state Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao and IT Minister KT Rama Rao. In a suicide note, A Yellaiah appealed to consider the additional burden on the poor due to challan.

As reported by TOI, Yellaiya was supporting his family by working as a laborer before committing suicide. A. Yelaiah ended his life by consuming pesticides at his Syedabad home in Bangalore. According to the report, A Yellaiah also wrote a suicide note in the name of the Chief Minister of the state, K Chandrasekhar Rao, before committing suicide.

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A Yellaiah suicide note mentions that the unresolved burden of traffic challans forced him to commit suicide. A total of 8945 invoices are outstanding on the individual. However, the police are unwilling to accept the issue of suicide due to shipment. The police denied Yellaiah’s allegations and said they do not check for pending challans while checking for drunk driving.

Unconscious on reaching home

According to reports, A Yelayah consumed pesticide while returning home after his bike was impounded by the police on the evening of March 6. When he reached home around 8pm, he was not fully conscious. Speaking to ‘TOI’, wife Mallamma said that seeing A Yellaiah’s condition, we rushed him to YC Hospital, where doctors declared him brought dead.

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According to the wife, a suicide note was found in Yelai’s pocket. In which he blamed Challan for the suicide and wrote that he was afraid that the bike seized by the police would not be returned to him. After that he decided to end his life. On a suicide note, A Yellaiah appealed to Chief Minister KCR and state IT Minister KT Rama Rao to consider the additional burden on the poor due to challans.

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