On the afternoon of March 21, at the Metro Vihar Phase-2 area, northwest of Delhi (India), a tragic death occurred.
Accordingly, in the afternoon, the police received a notification from a resident that his uncle and cousin had committed suicide together in the bedroom of their own home. The victim was identified as a man named Suresh (32 years old) and his 10-year-old daughter.
Speaking to the Press Trust of India, a senior official said the man was found dead in a hanging position. However, when police arrived at the scene, family members of the victim said they had brought the body to the bed, in the same place as the body of their 10-year-old daughter.
Notably, the 10-year-old’s body did not show any signs of violence or signs of strangulation. Police suspect that the daughter most likely died before her father.
Police believe that the 10-year-old daughter died before her father (Artwork)
According to a police source, the cause of this tragic incident came from the pitiful family situation of Mr. Suresh.
Accordingly, about four to five years ago, his daughter unfortunately fell from the second floor of the building. This unfortunate incident caused the girl to be seriously injured. Although the girl’s treatment is still ongoing, she still suffers from frequent “attacks” due to the affected nerves.
Due to her daughter’s neurological problems, Suresh, although the breadwinner of the family, had to quit her job to stay at home to take care of her children. His wife, a woman named Ram Devi during that time continued to work as a sweeper at the market to earn money to cover daily living expenses. Police said it was possible that the family’s poor circumstances made the father decide to “free” his poor child and commit suicide.
The bodies of both father and son are being kept in the hospital’s morgue for forensic examination. Police said the incident will continue to be investigated and clarified.
The bodies of father and son are being kept in the morgue for investigation (Artwork)
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