Police suspect contract killers' involvement in Mansarovar

Police suspect contract killers' involvement in Mansarovar

Four women members of a family, along with a security guard, were found murdered in East Delhi's Mansarovar Park on Saturday, said news reports.

Commenting on the multiple killings that took place inside a house at Mansarovar Park of Shahdara district, the investigating police official said that during the primary investigation of the house, the police have recovered a sharp weapon. Their neighbours informed the police about the incident around 7 a.m.

The deceased have been identified as Urmila Jindal, her daughters Sangeeta Gupta (56), Nupur Jindal (48) and Anjali Jindal (38) and their security guard Rakesh (42), the police said. Four family members and one guard were murdered.

Deputy Commissioner of Police Nupur Prasad said the motive behind the killings was not known.

A police officer told IANS that they were looking whether personal animosity could have led to the horrific murders.

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"We are probing the case from all possible angles".

"The killers then entered the first floor and murdered the four women who were all sleeping in one room".

"Urmila's husband Ramkishan and his six brothers had established the Jindal Oil Mill in 1932, but later after he and his brothers passed away, Urmila started renting their 2,700 yard property in small portions to over 100 shops".

Two of the daughters were unmarried and the eldest was a widow. His aunt's throat had been slit. "They have been living in this area since 1931". Police suspect that some labourers could be behind the crime.

The deceased's phone call details were also being examined and family members were questioned to establish Friday night's activities, he added.

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