New Delhi: A south Delhi-based woman in her 50s and her two daughters turned their south Delhi flat into a chamber of poisonous gas and suffocated to death in a shocking case of triple suicide, Delhi Police have found suicide notes in the house.
“Too much deadly gas… carbon monoxide inside. It’s flammable. Please ventilate the room by opening the window and opening the fan. Do not light a match, candle, or anything!! Be careful while removing the curtain because the room is full of hazardous gas. Do not inhale,” the chilling suicide note read.
Delhi Police found all doors, windows,s, and ventilators packed with a foil-like substance, apparently to ensure smoke does not escape the room and no one can see within. The probe has revealed all of this material was ordered online.
Police found all doors, windows, and ventilators packed with a foil-like substance, apparently to ensure smoke does not escape the room and no one can see within. The probe has revealed all of this material was ordered online.
Manju Srivastava with her daughters Anshika and Anku lived in Vasant Vihar, a posh vicinity. The woman’s husband, Umesh Chandra Srivastava, died of Covid last year and the family had been upset since then. The woman was also unwell and had been confined to the bed of late, According to the police.
“The family turned the house into a “smoke chamber”, M David president of the residential society”. Further investigation into the matter is ongoing, the police said.
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