Four women of a family found dead in Delhi

Ebony Scott
October 9, 2017

Four women members of a family, along with a security guard, were found murdered in East Delhi's Mansarovar Park on Saturday, said news reports.

Nupur Prasad, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara), said that Urmila was planning to sell off some of her properties.

The police received the call at around 7.30am and rushed to the spot.

Preliminary investigation showed there was "no forced entry" into the house and no valuables were stolen, a police officer said. The deceased have been identified as Urmila (65), Sangeet Gupta (43), Nupur Jindal (35), Anjali Jindal (33) and security guard Rakesh (50).

The guard has been identified as Rakesh, 42. Police sources said that property angle is being probed among other motives behind the murder. But they ensured that locals barely got to enter the sprawling house", said Shoaib Qureshi, a garments trader in the area.On Saturday, as speculations made rounds that a property dispute could have caused the murders, the family stood united against the allegation."We have never been involved in any property dispute.

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Most old-time residents of Shahdara know the "Jindal Oil Mills", located next to the GT Road, as a local landmark.

"There were 40 members in our family living in the ancestral house". Urmila's husband Brij Bhushan had passed away couple of years ago. "Two of them were unmarried and one was a widow", the DCP said. Police suspect that some labourers could be behind the crime.

Joint Commissioner of Police (Eastern Range) Ravindra Yadav and Special CP (Law & Order), North Zone, SBK Singh visited the spot.

Four of the deceased belonged to the same family.

Other reports by GizPress

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