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Bodies of woman, three daughters found in UP's Auraiyya

Bodies of woman, three daughters found in UP's Auraiyya

Auraiyya, Oct 1 (UNI) The bodies of a woman and her three daughters were found hanging in a room of their house under suspicious circumstances in the Dibiyapur area here on Thursday.
Superintendent of Police (SP) Suniti here said that the bodies of Sadhna (32), wife of Kuldeep Kumar, a resident of the Sehud village, and her three daughters Anjum (7), Manjum (3) and a one-month-old new born.
Sadhna had got married to Kuldeep, eight years ago and they had three daughters. Both the husband and wife also had a maintenance case going on between them due to family disturbances but they had started living together after a mutual agreement.
Kuldeep had gone to Dibiyapur for some work in the morning and when he returned at around 1200 hrs, he found the door closed from inside. When the door did not open, he went to his house from his neighbour's terrace.
However, he found the bodies of his wife and three kids hanging in a room. The woman is believed to have died by suicide at around 1000 hrs along with her children.
The SP said that a forensic team and expert have been called on the spot who are gathering samples. Prima facie, the case appears to be one of suicide. A case has been registered into the matter.
The exact cause behind the deaths will be ascertained after the post-mortem report.
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