11 Burari deaths: Police did not find any Tantrik's involvement

10 Jul 2018 07:29 AM

11 Burari deaths: Police did not find any Tantrik's involvement

Updated 10 Jul 2018 07:29 AM

The police investigation did not find role of any tantrik in the killings. The post-mortem reports of the remaining 6 members from Burari’s mass suicide case came out on Monday. The reports removed the lid off the mysterious Burari deaths, where 11 members of a family were found hanging from the ceiling of a wall.

The post-mortem report stated that the rest 6 members of the family died due to 'hanging' and there was no use of poison or any involvement of a occultists.

As per the police, once all the post-mortem reports are out, the reports will be sent to FSSL.

The police are delving into occult, psychology, superstition and latest investigative techniques to crack one of the most sensational cases in the national capital in the recent times.

It's been a week since 11 members of the Burari-based Chundawat family were found dead under mysterious circumstances inside their house.

At the centre of all this is a family, the neighbours remember as "sweet, helpful and religious", one that was looking forward to Priyanka Bhatia's marriage,  "the first wedding among the children" and had even started preparations for the big day that was scheduled in December.

Last Sunday, when people were lazing around in the comfort of their homes, news channels suddenly started flashing about the deaths of 11 members of a family in north Delhi's Burari.

With their faces covered in pieces of white cloth and mouths taped and hands and legs tied, a video showing 10 members hanging, was anything but gory. The family matriarch was found lying in another room with ligature marks on her neck.

'Was it a murder or a suicide?', 'If it was a murder, who were the persons involved in executing such a brutal murdered and what was the motive?, 'If the family had committed suicide, what could be the reason that could have driven 11 members to take such an extreme step?' --- myriad questions like these are  doing the rounds but neither the investigators nor the family's close ones had any clue.

The family members kept alleging that it was a murder but found it hard to point to a motive while dismissing suicide theories  saying that the family was a "prosperous one" and had no "financial issues".

The investigators registered a murder case since the 77-year-old Narayan Devi was found lying in a room on the floor, and initially it was suspected  she had been strangulated but the initial autopsy report suggested that all the members had died of hanging, more or less cementing the fact that it was a case of suicide.

But the mystery lingered as to why a prosperous family, that was doing well for itself, would take such an extreme step.

The answers were found in notes recovered from the house by the police which had writings about 'badh tapasya', getting into a banyan-tree like formation to attain something great, finding the 'road to God' and detailed notes about tying feet and hands, and covering mouths to appease God.

More morbid details emerged as it was found in the notes that Lalit Singh Chundawat, Narayan Devi's younger son, had started getting "visitations" from his father, who had died in 2007" and it was on his instructions that from March this years, notes about replicating "badh tapasya" were being written.

It had also mentioned that the members would not die and Lalit's father's spirit would come and save them.

"The sky and earth will start shaking but you need not fear. I will come and rescue you," one of the notes mentions.

Lalit's elder brother, Dinesh Singh Chundawat, who lives in Kota, Rajasthan and his sister, Sujata Nagpal, who lives in Panipat, told the police that they had no idea about the notes or the 11 registers maintained by their families in the last 11 years.

Police are now awaiting the post-mortem report so that they can initiate the process of psychological autopsy.


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