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The News Minute| December 11, 2014| 09.15 am IST Rejecting a leave letter proved too costly after a 29 year-old national level volleyball player hanged himself when his chief officer refused to accept his leave application. K Guhan, hanged himself on factory premises in Perambur on Wednesday following which over 600 staff members protested against the management’s attitude towards workers, reported Times of India. Workers remained inside the factory in protest while unions meeting with the general manager demand for the transfer of a deputy chief mechanical officer. According to the report, Guhan had taken a five day leave following the birth of his baby. When he submitted a leave letter, the chief officer allegedly refused to sign the letter. Soon after , his body was found hanging in a workshop. According to protesters, the management was making do with limited man power, said the report.

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