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9 members of family found dead in India, police suspect mass suicide over debt

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9 members of a household have been discovered lifeless in Maharashtra’s Sangli district, India on Monday morning, June 20, in a suspected case of suicide. 

 

The our bodies have been present in two completely different homes belonging to 2 brothers, positioned 1.5 km aside, in Mhaisal village within the western Maharashtra district, over 350 km from the state capital Mumbai. 

 

Police suspect it to be a case of a suicide pact, whereas a preliminary probe suggests the brothers had closely borrowed cash from varied folks.

 

“Prima facie, it appears that the relations of the 2 brothers have ended their lives. As per data obtained thus far, each the brothers had borrowed cash from varied folks. We are attempting to ascertain the sequence of occasions as each the spots (homes the place our bodies have been discovered) are 1.5km away from one another,” stated Manojkumar Lohiya, inspector basic of the Kolhapur vary.  

 

Lohiya stated police discovered suicide notes from each the areas, which have been being analysed.

 

“The content material within the notes suggests that they had plenty of borrowings and so they have been being pestered by the lenders. Nonetheless, we’re probing the case from all angles,” stated the officer.

 

The police stated the deceased included two brothers, their mom, wives and 4 youngsters, the youngest of whom was 15 years previous, and it’s suspected they could have consumed toxic substances. 

 

“Based mostly on the names talked about within the notes discovered on the spots, we’ve registered a case of abetment to suicide towards 25 folks,” stated Dikshit Gedam, Superintendent of Police, Sangli.

 

The deceased have been recognized as Popat Yallappa Vanmore (52), a physician by career, Sangeeta Popat Vanmore (48), Archana Popat Vanmore (30), Shubham Popat Vanmore (28), Manik Yallappa Vanmore (49), Rekha Manik Vanmore (45) and Aditya Manik Van (15), Anita Manik Vanmore (28) and Akkatai Vanmore (72). 

 

 

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