Fearing threat by the bootleggers of his village
A youth, who was living outside the village in fear of a bootlegger from Jagatpura village in Dhanora, Vadodara, rushed to the collector’s office to commit suicide on Wednesday. His family members, including mother and sister rushed to the Collectorate to save him. They demand action against the bootlegger as police caught the youth and snatched the inflammable substance from them.
Naresh Govindbhai Gohil along with his family lives in Jagatpura village of Dhanora, Vadodara. Three years ago, Upendra Gohil and Mahesh Gohil who were running a liquor business in that village beat him for a matter related to old animosity and threatened to kill him if stayed in the village. Frightened by the threat of bootleggers, Naresh Gohil was going to stay at his uncle’s house in Sitapura village of Savli taluka.
Naresh Gohil, who has been living at his uncle’s house for the last three years, has made several attempts to return to his village. He also said to be giving written and oral complaints to the police to provide security to him so that he can stay in the village. He allege that no action was taken and the bootleggers are not allowing them to enter inside the village. He also wrote a letter to the Chief Minister seeking permission to commit suicide.
Meanwhile, Naresh Gohil arrived at the collector’s office directly from his uncle’s house today with a can full of flammable material and prepared to commit suicide. However the police stationed at the Collector’s Office nabbed him with a plastic can filled with flammable substance and failed his attempt.
The family, including the mother and sister, rushed to the collector’s office after came to know about the attempt and show their ire before the police. They demand action against the bootleggers.