Uttar Pradesh: Farmer writes to PM, CM Akhilesh Yadav seeking permission to kill village head

In a bizarre incident, a farmer from Uttar Pradesh’s Varanasi has written to the local Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP), District Magistrate (DM), Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav and Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking permission to kill a former village head and two other people alleging that he was harassed by them over land issues.

Rajendra Yadav, the farmer, who wrote letters to authorities, told ANI that he was allotted a land as compensation but few people, including the former village head, have been harassing his as his land is unregistered. He adds that he wants to vindicate his loss by killing the alleged people who have been torturing him.

“I have written these four letters to the SSP, DM, the Chief Minister and the Prime Minister, seeking permission to kill three people, including the former village head and two others,” said Yadav.

“I am being tortured. These people will spoil my life they will ruin my land, my farms and house,” he added.

I was allotted a land as compensation but few ppl including the former village head have been harassing me as my land is unregistered:Farmer

I have written to the SSP, CM, DM and PM seeking permission to kill them as this is injustice against us: Farmerpic.twitter.com/JdUbjIHvJW

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