He had allegedly taken commission from many for getting loans
Mysore/Mysuru: A 55-year-old man reportedly stabbed himself at the park near DC’s Office yesterday, when a few people, who had given him commission to get them loans, asked him to pay back the commission money.
The man, who attempted suicide, is Radhakrishna, a resident of Mandi Mohalla. He has been admitted to a hospital by the Police, where he is said to be out of danger.
It is learnt that Radhakrishna, along with four others, had taken commission from many people, promising them loans under Pradhan Mantri Rozgar Yojana or (PMRY). They had fixed Rs. 1 lakh commission for Rs. 10 lakh loan, Rs. 50,000 for Rs. 5 lakh loan and had taken commission ranging from Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 30,000 from many persons.
As they were unable to get the people loans even after a year, the people demanded the repayment of commission amount following which Radhakrishna asked them to come to the park near DC’s Office yesterday morning. When those who had given commission came to the park and demanded their commission amount back, with one of them taking away his mobile phone,
Radhakrishna, who went near the fence of the park, took out the knife which he had brought, stabbed himself on the stomach and collapsed on the ground.
Jurisdictional Police, who rushed to the spot n receiving information, admitted Radhakrishna to a hospital, where he is said to be out of danger.
Lakshmipuram Police, who have registered an attempt to suicide case, are investigating.