The deceased’s brother alleged that the owner had been fined for not issuing printed receipts to the buyer. ₹40,000, of which his brother had already paid ₹35,000; But the owners were harassing them for money ₹40,000 more
A 32-year-old man, who was hurt by the harassment of his employer, died Thursday at his home on Siswan Road, Kurali, police said.
In a complaint to the police, the deceased’s brother claimed that his brother Ghanouli was employed at Jolly Enterprises in Rupnagar.
Recently, the company’s owner has been accused of not paying printed receipts to the buyer, claiming it has been fined. ₹40,000, of which his brother had already paid ₹35,000. But the owners were harassing them for money ₹40,000, which pushed him to take a drastic step.
On his complaint, Kurali police registered a case against the deceased employer under section 306 of the Indian Penal Code. The deceased leaves behind a mother and a younger brother.
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