Indian police find 11 bodies in village house in mysterious circumstances

01 July, 2018, 17:28 | Author: Emmett Rice
  • 11 dead bodies found hanging in Delhi's Burari

Some of the bodies recovered were found hanging, while some were blindfolded. After they fell unconscious, the suspect tied their hands, gagged and hanged them from the ceiling before hanging self to death.

Earlier a tweet by news agency ANI confirmed that the 11 members of the family include seven women and four men. However, Delhi Joint Commissioner of Police, Rajesh Khurana, said that they were investigating all angles including murder.

According to media reports, the family migrated to the capital from the northwestern state of Rajasthan about two decades ago and police were trying to get in touch with relatives there.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Delhi BJP Chief Manoj Tiwari visited the spot.

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But he said that no suicide note was found, and that police were investigating whether the victims - four men, three women and four girls - died by suicide or were killed. It said the house belongs to a businessman who ran a plywood shop and dairy. "We are investigating from all possible angles, we are not ruling out anything".

The house in Burari where 11 members of a family were found dead.

Their grocery shop on the ground floor of their double-storey home would open by 6 am in the morning. He alerted the other neighbours and informed the police. The incident came to light when a neighbour went to the house to call the family head with whom he go for morning walk.

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