House of secrets 2?: 9 family members found dead in Maharashtra's Sangli, another Burari deaths mystery?
The bodies of nine members of the family of two brothers have been recovered from the house in Mhaisal village near Miraj in the Sangli district of MaharashtraAuthor : Rohit Gupta
The bodies of nine members of the family of two brothers have been recovered from the house in Mhaisal village near Miraj in the Sangli district of Maharashtra. The bodies of all the deceased were recovered from two houses which belonged to both the brothers.
In the initial investigation, the police suspected that all the nine members committed suicide by allegedly consuming poison.
According to police, a veterinarian and his brother, a school teacher, his wife and children are among the dead. The motive behind this drastic step, whether it was planned or voluntary or what kind of toxic substances they have consumed, is not immediately known.
The news of the alleged mass suicide spread like wildfire and hundreds of people rushed to homes in the Ambika Nagar area of the village. Top police officials including Sangli Superintendent of Police Dixit Kumar Gedam, Mhaisal Police Inspector Chandrakant Bendre and others reached there to investigate and pacify the locals.
Sangli Superintendent of Police Dixit Kumar Gedam said that nine bodies have been recovered in Mhaisal village of Sangli district, out of which three bodies were recovered from one house and six from another house. The news of the mass suicide spread like wildfire and hundreds of people rushed to homes in the Ambika Nagar area of the village.
During this, the SP of the district said that nine bodies have been recovered in Mhaisal village of Sangli district, out of which three bodies have been recovered from one house and six from another house. The forensic team is present at the spot and is investigating. An official said that the work of recording the panchnama, taking photographs of the bodies before sending them for post-mortem and other procedures are still underway.
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Burari Deaths Incident:
On July 1, 2018, 11 people hanged themselves in the same house in Burari, the capital of Delhi. The post-mortem report revealed that all died due to hanging. According to the report, 10 out of 11 members of the house died due to hanging, while the body of 11th senior member Narayani Devi was found lying on the ground. There were no marks of injury on the bodies of 10 members who died by hanging, but some of them had broken necks.
On this basis, the police reached the conclusion
The police had also found hand-written notes, in which the entire procedure was written under which the family was to be hanged. In the last entry in the diary, it was written on one page that the way to the house. 9 people in the net, baby (widow sister) on the stool near the temple, order food at 10 o'clock, the mother will feed bread, at one o'clock the kriya will be between Saturday-Sunday night, a wet cloth will be stuffed in the mouth and hands will be tied.
The last line in this is- 'Keep water ready in the cup, its colour will change, I will appear and save everyone.' At the same time, much more evidence showed that the death was a suicide pact. According to reports, the family members silenced the mobile phones and then stuffed them in a bag and kept it in the temple of the house. The diary entries and the manner of their hanging also made it appear that they were performing some ritual. At the same time, in the CCTV footage, no one other than the family members was seen coming and going on the day of the incident.
While the family wanted something more than death, a psychological autopsy revealed that these 11 people did not do so with the intention of death, but had expressed the hope of returning to normal life after the completion of the rituals. At the same time, it seems from the notes written in the diary that Lalit was quite sure that his father Bhopal Singh, who passed away in 2007, was talking to him and asking him to do some rituals which would benefit the whole family.