An investigation into the loss of life of seven members of a household, whose our bodies have been present in a riverbed in Pune, has indicated they have been murdered allegedly by their family members over a earlier incident involving the loss of life of the son of one of many accused, a police official stated on Wednesday.
Mohan Pawar (45), his spouse Sangita Mohan (40), their daughter Rani Fulware (24), son-in-law Shyam Fulware (28), and three youngsters aged between three and 7 years have been discovered useless within the Bheema riverbed close to Pargaon bridge in Duand tehsil of Maharashtra’s Pune district between January 18 and January 24.
Police have arrested 5 siblings – Ashok Kalyan Pawar, Shyam Kalyan Pawar, Shankar Kalyan Pawar, Prakash Kalyan Pawar and Kantabai Sarjerao Jadhav – who’re cousins of the deceased Mohan Pawar, an official stated.
Pune Rural Superintendent of Police Ankit Goyal stated in the course of the investigation, some information got here to the fore which indicated all of the deceased have been murdered.
Prima-facie, it’s understood that Dhananjay Pawar, son of accused Ashok Pawar, died a couple of months in the past in an accident and a case associated to it was registered in Pune metropolis, he stated.
“The prima-facie probe signifies Ashok was indignant and held Mohan’s son chargeable for Dhananjay’s loss of life. To avenge the loss of life of Ashok’s son, these seven folks have been killed,” Goyal stated.
All of the accused have been apprehended from Parner tehsil in Ahmednagar district and booked beneath Indian Penal Code Sections 302 (homicide) and 120B (felony conspiracy), he stated.
“They are going to be produced earlier than a court docket,” the official stated, including that additional probe is on into the case.
The seven our bodies have been discovered 200 to 300 metres away from one another within the Bheema riverbed, police earlier stated.
The postmortem of 4 our bodies was carried out which recognized drowning as the reason for the loss of life, that they had stated.
The deceased have been from Beed and Osmanabad districts within the Marathwada area and used to work as labourers, the police had stated.
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