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Delhi Burari Deaths took another turn; Cops recover handwritten notes with details of mass murder

Delhi Burari Deaths took another turn; Cops recover handwritten notes with details of mass murder: As you all may know that 11 members of a family died together in a house which seems like a family suicide at first glance. Reports are coming that the case took another step as the police got a handwritten note which is claiming that it isn’t a suicide. These dead bodies were found under mysterious circumstances at their home in north Delhi’s Burari on Sunday, with the police suspecting the family followed some religious practice to “attain salvation”.

Some sources are saying that ten of those dead were found hanging from an iron-mesh in the ceiling for ventilation, while the body of a 77-year-old woman was lying on the floor in another room of the house which doesn’t make sense. Also, those who were found hanging had their mouth taped and their faces covered with cloth pieces cut from a single bedsheet. The hands and feet of the children were tied, the police said, adding that stools were found overturned at the spot. The police found handwritten notes which indicated a “religious or spiritual angle” to the deaths.

Yes! You are reading it right, that letter is changing the whole scenario. Also, a police officer said a probe will be conducted to find “if the family indulged in occult practices” or they followed “any godman”. They are looking for that angel in the case including some other ones too. Sources are saying that nobody is looking serious with that stuff and aren’t looking satisfied with the thing.

Also, the Joint Commissioner of Police, Alok Kumar said, “We have found handwritten notes detailing how hands and legs are to be tied and the manner in which the bodies of the 10 persons were found reflected what was written in the notes. They are exhaustive notes and we are studying them.” The letter says, “They talk about how a person can overcome fear by covering eyes and mouth, how a person can attain salvation, and how the human body is temporary but the soul continues to live on.”