The AAP leader handed over a cheque of Rs 10 lakh as compensation to the farmer's family and also showed them a video clip in support of the party's claim that AAP leaders were not responsible for the incident.

An AAP spokesperson later said that Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had spoken over the telephone to the family of the deceased farmer.
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Sanjay Singh told reporters at Nangal Jhamarwada village in Dausa district of Rajasthan that Gajendra Singh's family has made two demands -- martyr's status for the deceased farmer and a government job to his kin.
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"I will speak to Kejriwal about the demands and I am sure that Delhi government will take a positive decision," Sanjay Singh added here at the residence of the farmer who hung himself at an AAP rally in Delhi on Wednesday.

Gajendra Singh's uncle Gopal Singh and brother Vijendra said that Sanjay Singh had handed them a cheque for Rs 10 lakh, which had been accepted.
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"He (Sanjay Singh) also showed us a clip on a mobile phone in which the AAP leaders do not appear to be responsible for what happened with Gajendra. We are convinced by him. However, our demand for a CBI inquiry into the matter still stands," Gopal Singh told reporters.

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