Bengaluru: Suicide pact - Death notes alleging harassment recovered, notices served


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Sep 20: In connection with the mass suicides in which five persons including a child had died, personnel of Byadarahalli police station conducted inquest in the house on Sunday September 19. They found three separate death notes. The death notes have held harassment from Shankar and his two sons-in-law, Srikanth and Praveen, as the reason for the suicides.

Shankar's son has accused his father of having an illicit relationship. Three laptops, five mobile phones, a pen drive, 810 grams of gold ornaments, 3,880 grams silver and Rs 15,96,410 in cash were recovered.

The police said they need to investigate the death notes. They have served notices on Shankar, Praveen and Srikanth, asking them to appear for questioning on Monday September 20.

  

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  • Rita, Germany

    Mon, Sep 20 2021

    I can only laugh at three death notes.Just investigate the written notes.handwritings should be closely investigated.Anyone who writes 3 death notes?Do they so much time?Bodies in various places.?Must have left the house after doing the hanging and keeping notes ,come after three days till bodies compose and call police to open the door?does he dont have keys?why didnt respond when noone attend his calls for three days?Only Nataka.

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