Jaipur: Even though more than a month has passed since a 35-year-old man committed suicide in Churu, leaving behind a suicide note that held a few loan sharks responsible for his extreme step, no arrests have been made for abetment of suicide so far. The family of the deceased has now sought Churu SP’s intervention in the matter. Police said Sandeep Kumar Golva, who committed suicide by hanging from the ceiling of his house on September 13, had left a suicide note in which he had named a few people who had given him loans. He had written that they were threatening him. Golva’s brother, Dilip Golva, met Churu SP Digant Anand on Saturday and urged his intervention in the matter. “We have given an application to the SP and have requested him for a fair investigation and arrests in this case. My brother’s suicide note had named a few people who were harassing him for a long time for his delayed payments,” said Dilip to reporters outside the SP office.