In a shocking incident, a man and his wife jumped to death from the eighth floor of their Indirapuram apartment in Ghaziabad. According to the initial probe, the man also murdered his two children in their sleep before committing suicide. The police say that the man had two wives. The police say that the man had two wives. While the first one died along with him, the second wife succumb to her injures in a nearby hospital. Family trouble and financial woes are said to be the reasons for the alleged suicide-cum-murder. The police have not revealed the identity of the man. The neighbours are in shock. Indirapuram Police is investigating the matter.
News Nation spoke to the security guard who spotted the bodies after the loud thud and informed the police. “Around 5 am, I heard a loud sound of something hitting the ground. I rushed in the direction of the sound and noticed two bodies on the ground. They were motionless. I informed my seniors and called the police,” Eijaz Karim Khan, the security guard in the gated society, told News Nation. Khan said that he was not aware about what exactly the man used to do.
A housekeeping staff from the society told News Nation that she had once spoken to the children. “Bahut seedhe saadhe log the,” the woman said. Two chairs and slippers were lying on the floor of the balcony. The man and his two wives had jumped off from the balcony. The children aged 12 and 17 were lying on their bed. Not a single injury mark or any sign of resistance was visible. The police said that it meant the children were smothered to death while they were sleeping.
A suicide note was scribbled on the wall of the children’s bedroom. The couple had written the phone numbers of their relatives on the wall. They had also wished for a combined cremation. “Hamari lashon ko ek saath jalayein (Cremate our bodies together),” read the frail hand-writing on the wall.
A dead rabbit was also found in an carton of the children’s bedroom. The family had moved in this Indirapuram apartment one and a half month back. Since they were new in the society, not many people were well-acquainted with them