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‘Labourers killed our family’

DNDEL10270 | 10/8/2017 | Author : Anvit Srivastava | WC :611 | Crime & Law

Members of the Jindal family claim workmen in the house committed the mass murders and refuted cops’ allegations of the involvement of family members

Family members of the deceased women have refuted the police’s suspicion of a property dispute leading to the killings and said that they suspect the labourers, who had been working in the house for the past fortnight, of being the culprits.
The house where the murder took place early Saturday morning is a sprawling property and houses over 40 people from seven families. Owned by the Jindal family, the house was established in 1932. The family deals in the oil business.
According to the police, the house was being white-washed, and one of the deceased had an altercation with a labourer, hours before she was killed. An initial probe had revealed friendly entry, bringing in the possibility that someone who was known
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