Rajiv Tomar

Rajiv Tomar Ate Poison, Said PM Modi Is Responsible

A shoe trader Rajiv Tomar, and his wife from Uttar Pradesh, went live on Facebook on 8 February 2022 and consumed poison.

Later both were admitted to a private hospital in critical condition.

Rajiv Tomar’s wife died, and his condition is severe.

Rajiv Tomar

This incident is in the discussion because Rajiv Tomar had named the central government and Prime Minister Narendra Modi before the suicide attempt.

The incident is from the Baghpat district of Uttar Pradesh.

According to several media reports: Rajiv Tomar was facing a financial crisis.

Rajiv Tomar appeared very angry during Facebook Live before the suicide attempt.

He accused the central government of neglecting farmers and small shopkeepers.

Rajiv Tomar also named Prime Minister Narendra Modi and held him responsible for the suicide.

When Rajiv Tomar spoke on his Facebook live, his wife Poonam tried her best to stop him from committing suicide. However, she failed.

Eventually, Rajiv Tomar consumed the poisonous substance. After this, the wife also committed suicide.

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