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Burari deaths: Doctors ‘haven’t found any foul play’ yet

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New Delhi: The mystery surrounding the deaths of 11 members of a family in the city’s Burari area seems to be inching towards a suicide as doctors haven’t found any foul play in their post mortem reports, according to a police source.

“Police are expecting six post mortems today and rest post mortems tomorrow. They are saying so far the doctors are indicating that they haven’t found any foul play,” the source said.

Meanwhile, the source shared that the police have also found four persons, who have been mentioned in the registers, which were recovered during the investigation.


“These notes by Lalit (the eldest son of the family) have been written during his trans. Whatever he wanted to say he would say in the trans phase only,” the source said.

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“The four people are Sajjan Singh (Tina’s father), Hira (Priyanka’s father), Dayanand and Ganga Devi (Sujata Nagpal’s father-in-law and mother-in-law),” the source added.

The bodies of seven women and four men were found in a house in Burari area on July 1.
Earlier Joint Commissioner of Police, Crime Branch, Alok Kumar said that post-mortem of all the 11 bodies have been completed, and initial reports suggest suicide.

As part of the investigation, the police earlier found details of a ‘Badh puja’ ritual in the registered recovered from the house.

Till now, over 200 people have reportedly been interrogated in the case so far.