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Aman Baisla : Delhi’s Young businessman ended his life to end harassment with him, Gujjar community protested peacefully at DND


Thursday, the deceased Family with Gujjar community staged a peaceful protest on the Delhi-Noida-Directway (DND) flyway demanding justice for Aman Baisla, who committed suicide at his residence in Rohini area in Delhi last month. Aman had uploaded videos of his harassment on social media before committing suicide.

In the Aman Baisla matter, 22-year-old Delhi-based young businessman reportedly committed suicide to give an end to the harassment by his former business partner Neha Jindal, Haryanvi singer Sumit Goswami and Vipin Khatri. Aman named the trio in the videos he made before taking the terrible step. He even produced the evidences of being blackmailed and threatened by Neha and Sumit. In the video, he also published evidences of being blackmailed and threatened by Neha and Sumit.

The peaceful protest was staged at DND for the Justice for Aman Baisla seeking action against the trio, which continued till the evening.

Aman’s father had lodged a complaint against the trio with the Delhi Police, and the family protested when no concrete steps were taken by the Police.

“A senior officer of the Delhi Police said the case has been transferred to the Delhi Police Crime Branch. ‘It is being investigated on a priority.'”. India Today published.

Former cricketer Parvinder Awana thanked the community for participating in the protests in a tweet.

A social media user Divya Singh said in a tweet that, “When the system becomes indifferent to genuine concern nd grievances of innocents they have to fight for their survival nd existence . Our police, society , judiciary nd govt have to wake up to the problem of male suicide.We can not kill #IndiaSons this way JusticeForAmanBaisla”.

Activist Kuldeep Nagar demanded justice.

Some social media users demanded Gender Neutral laws.

Satender Awana also thanked the community.

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