Indore: Police found bodies of four members of a family, investigation underway
Indore: Police found bodies of four members of a family, investigation underway

Recently, a case of crime has emerged from Indore in Madhya Pradesh. In this case, sensation spread from death in suspicious circumstances of an entire family and those who died include husband, wife and two minor children. At the same time, the bodies of all four have turned blue because of poison. In this case, the deceased was Abhishek Saxena IT engineer living in Apollo DB City in Crescent Water Park of Khudail police station area and it is feared that all four have committed suicide after consuming some poisonous item.

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According to the information received in this case, there is a resort in Crescent Water Park where guests also take a room on rent and Abhishek Saxena (45), living in DB City, took the room in it a day ago. On Thursday, when no one came out of the room for the whole day, the resort management noticed in the evening and after that, the resort staff made a lot of effort, but didn't got an answer from inside then used the master key when no one opened the door.

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On opening the door, the police were informed about seeing the bodies of the four. Talking about the matter, the police said, "The dead were identified as Abhishek Saxena (45), his wife Preeti Saxena (42), son Advait (14) and daughter Ananya (14). The body of all four turned blue. A chemical was kept nearby, which can be used to commit suicide. "In this case, the FSL team of the police also reached the spot and the police came to know that Abhishek was an IT engineer and he came to the park to hang out with the family. In this case, it has been told that in the initial investigation, the case looks like suicide but the police have started investigating.

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