UP: Doctor runs away after killing wife and children with hammer

Kanpur: A big news has come from Indranagar area of the city. In fact, there was a stir when the bodies of two children, including a woman, were found in an apartment. None other than the woman's husband and father of children turned out to be the perpetrators of the triple murder. He is said to have fled after the incident. In the case, police said, Dr Sushil Kumar, who lives in a divinity apartment in Indranagar, sent a message to his brother after killing his wife and two children with a hammer. Police said Sushil Kumar is working in Rama Medical College and lived in the apartment with his wife Chandraprabha, son Shikhar and daughter Khushi.

Sushil's brother Sunil rushed to the spot after receiving his brother's message and broke open the door of the flat and went inside. As soon as he went in, he lost consciousness when he saw the scene. He saw the body of his sister-in-law. The body of the nephew and niece was lying in a nearby room. After seeing all this, he informed the police. Senior officials along with the police force also rushed to the spot on the information of the triple murder. Forensic experts and dog squad have also reportedly been called to the spot during the information.

Police now say that during the investigation it has been found that Sushil Kumar has been suffering from depression for a long time and that is why he killed his family. Police have also recovered a diary from the spot in which Dr Sushil has mentioned the murder of his family as well as other things. Not only that, he has also written in detail about the new variant of Corona, Omicron. Police teams are now on the lookout for Sushil.

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