This Article is From Apr 20, 2020

Lockdown: Son Stranded In Delhi, Man Allegedly Consumes Insecticide In Jharkhand

The man, a resident of Murki village, has been admitted to the Sadar Hospital and his condition is serious, a police officer said.

Lockdown: Son Stranded In Delhi, Man Allegedly Consumes Insecticide In Jharkhand

The man has been admitted to a hospital and his condition is serious, police said (Representational)

Lohardaga, Jharkhand:

Upset over his son getting stranded in Delhi due to the nationwide lockdown, a 55-year-old man on Monday allegedly consumed insecticide in Jharkhand's Lohardaga district, police said.

The man, a resident of Murki village, has been admitted to the Sadar Hospital and his condition is serious, a police officer said.

His 25-year-old son, a migrant factory worker in Delhi, got stranded in the national capital due to the lockdown, he said.

The man's wife told doctors of the hospital that he was worried over their son's wellbeing for the past few days and consumed insecticide on Monday, the officer said.

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