Transport Minister Antony Raju has sought a report from the Transport Fee on the suicide of Mananthavady sub RTO workplace employee Sindhu. The motion was taken after the police acquired diaries indicating that Sindhu had been mentally abused by her colleagues. The minister has requested for an in depth inquiry into the incident and a report back to be submitted.
The Joint Commissioner of the Division of Motor Automobiles will go to Kalpetta for a departmental inquiry into Sindhu’s suicide. The Joint Commissioner will search an evidence from Joint RTO Binod Krishna, who’s accountable for the Mananthavady sub-office, in reference to the incident. Within the wake of Sindhu’s suicide, varied political events took to the stage to protest in opposition to allegations of corruption in reference to the Mananthavady sub – RTO workplace. Numerous events are protesting in opposition to the workers in entrance of the Mananthavady sub RTO workplace.
Police had earlier stated they’d discovered a 20-page diary and a few notes in Sindhu’s room. In line with the diary, Sindhu was mentally abused by workplace staff. In her diary, Sindhu wrote that she was remoted within the workplace and nervous that she would lose her job.
In the meantime, data has come out that Sindhu had met the Wayanad RTO in particular person three days earlier than she dedicated suicide. Sindhu Wayanad had requested the RTO to create a peaceable working atmosphere within the workplace. 5 folks, together with Sindhu, had complained that the workplace was divided. Nevertheless, Wayanad RTO Mohandas stated that Sindhu had not lodged a written criticism with him. Joint RTO Binod Krishna claimed that Sindhu had not lodged a criticism in opposition to her colleagues. Binod Krishna had yesterday stated that nobody had lodged a criticism in opposition to Sindhu and that Sindhu’s brother had stated issues that have been unfaithful.