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- The incident of Supaul’s Raghopur in Bihar, FSL team arrived from Bhagalpur gathered evidence
The dead bodies of 5 people belonging to the same family were found hanging in Supaul, Bihar on Friday night. It is believed that all have committed suicide. The reason for this was stated to be financial constraints. When Bhaskar investigated the case, it was revealed that the evidence and the circumstances of the situation were more indicative of murder than suicide.
The bodies of 52-year-old Mishri Lal Sah, residing in Raghopur, his wife, 44-year-old Renu Devi, 15-year-old daughter Roshan Kumari, 8-year-old Phool Kumari and 14-year-old son Lallan Kumar, were found at his home. All the bodies were wrapped with thin nylon rope.
Mishri Lal weighed around 80 kg and his wife weighed 60 kg. To handle such a weight of thin rope is questioning. Among the dead, only 8-year-old’s dead body was found hanging, the remaining 4 bodies were stuck on the ground. The outside gate of the house was found closed from inside, but the gate opening towards the courtyard was closed from outside.
It is said that Mishri was addicted to red drugs. He did not even do any work. On this basis, the case was first deemed to be suicidal due to financial constraints. However, none of Suicide’s premise seems right in Bhaskar’s investigation. why and how? Read this and understand-
Financial constraints do not seem right
The head outside Mishri Lal’s house in Gaddi ward number 12, Mo. Many people, including Taslim, attributed the incident to the financial crisis. He said that Mishri Lal had not been doing any work for 2 years. He was addicted to alcohol. In the same affair, 10 of his land had been sold. Due to non-sale of the remaining 5 katthas of land, there was a shortage of money. There was no food money, so the whole family swung.
In Bhaskar’s investigation it was revealed that when Mishri Lal was last seen, he had brought 70 kg of food grains from the government ration shop. For this, he paid 210 rupees. Meaning that the matter of suicide is not possible when there is no food in the house. If Mishri Lal was addicted to alcohol, he would worry about more than 70 kg of alcohol. Therefore, the basis of economic tightness seems right.
The condition of the bodies points to the murder
It would have been about 5-6 days since the death of the five people. Due to this, the condition of dead bodies was worsened. However, the condition of the dead bodies can be an important link in this matter. Only 8-year-old girl’s body was hanging from a nylon rope. All the rest of the dead bodies stood on the ground. The rope was unable to handle the weight of 14-year-old Lalan and 15-year-old Roshan. The rope is not broken due to nylon, but it is not possible that the weight of the heavy body of Mishri Lal and his wife Renu can lift this rope.
The question of 4 dead bodies standing on the ground also raises questions. Apart from this, another big thing is that if it was a case of suicide, then the people who locked the outside door from inside would have also closed the gate that opened towards the courtyard before dying. It was closed from the side of the courtyard.
Everyone wore new clothes
When the police took out the bodies of all, they were all in new clothes. Seeing 5 bodies together, the people of the village were shocked, but everyone notices that such a big incident had no effect on the family of both the elder brothers of Mishri Lal. Both families were watching all this like other villagers. In the partition of the family, Mishri Lal got 15 katha of land. He was not able to sell it because of not getting the paper of 5 kathas.
The elder daughter did love marriage, only she can tell anything
Mishri Lal’s elder daughter Neetu Kumari did the love marriage without the consent of the family. The villagers told that she is currently living in Uttar Pradesh. There is no address of the only surviving daughter. The circumstances under which Mishri Lal’s family was going through and whether or not the cause of suicide was known to him only.
Police awaits FSL team
Supaul police knew that in such a case without touching the forensic science lab (FSL) team, some touching could be tampering with the evidence. On Saturday, the FSL team came from Bhagalpur and gathered evidence by opening the outer door of Mishri Lal’s house. After investigation, the police sent the bodies for postmortem. SP Manoj Kumar said that something can be said only on the basis of post mortem and Bisra report.
(Content Support: Abhayanand Kumar)