National level volleyball player hangs himself after his leave gets rejected
news Monday, December 15, 2014 - 05:30
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 managementâ€™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.