Burari deaths: Kin of deceased refutes claims of ‘spiritual angle’

New Delhi, July 2: Kin of deceased on Monday refuted all the claims of ‘spiritual angle’ in connection with the death of 11 members of a family in Delhi’s Burari.

The oldest member of the family, 77-year-old Narayan Devi’s daughter Sujata told media ” Someone killed them and all the reports on spiritual angle are bogus. This family was a happy and peace-loving one who never believed in babas”.

A day after 11 of a family were found mysteriously dead at their house, an autopsy report has confirmed death because of hanging for at least six.

The reports further added that there were no signs of any struggle. While postmortem reports of 5 are still awaited. The following development comes to light after the Delhi police had suggested that the family had committed suicide under some tantrik practice.

The bodies of three generations of the Bhatia family were discovered by a neighbour who grew suspicious when he found their grocery shop shut on Sunday morning.

In a shocking, ten bodies were found hanging, with their eyes covered with pieces of cloth cut from the same bedsheet and their mouths taped, the body of a 77-year-old woman was found lying on the floor in another room of the house on Sunday.

Those found dead were Narayan Devi (77), her daughter Pratibha (57) and two sons–Bhavnesh (50) and Lalit Bhatia (45).

Bhavnesh’s wife Savita (48) and their three children–Meenu (23), Neetu (25) and Dhruv (15) were also found dead, police said, adding Lalit’s wife Tina (42) along with their 15-year-old son Shivam was also among the dead.


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