suicide pact: three found dead at home

Delhi: In a mysterious case a married couple and their 14-year-old daughter found dead in outer Delhi’s Rajiv Nagar Extension near Begampur on Sunday morning.

According to the report published in Hindustan Times, due to the situation in their rented house the man found hanging with an iron rod fitted in the room ceiling and his wife and daughter on the bed with strangulated marks.

The man, Rajesh Gupta wrote a suicide note which was found in his pocket. The letter read as they are responsible and willingly taken this step nobody must be blamed.

Police officers are assuming that Gupta allegedly strangled his wife, Uma , and daughter, Shweta and hanged himself later. The room was locked in which they committed suicide and can come to the conclusion after the autopsy reports arrive said the police.

The incident came to known when Gupta’s neighbours realised that nobody came out of  home as it was 9.15 am as Gupta everyday wakes up early in the morning and finishes morning prayer before 8 am when they called nobody responded to their phone calls and Babloo checked in the room who stays in the same floor.

Babloo said, “The room was locked when I came down. The door opened when I pushed it with some force. I was shocked to see Gupta uncle hanging and his wife and daughter lying unconscious on the bed,”  and informed to the neighbours and one of them called the police control room.

Police came and they were rush to nearby hospital and the doctors said that they were dead.

“The note did not have any details that could reveal the family members, Gupta in particular, were under stress or facing financial crisis,” said an investigator.

“After my brother-in-law had an accident few months ago, he employed a driver. There was no financial crisis in the family as my brother-in-law earned not less than Rs20,000 every month after clearing all expenses,” said Gupta’s relative Keshav Gupta.