Chennai: 3 of a family shot dead in city, cops speculate homegrown contest


Chennai: Three individuals from a family were discovered shot dead from point-clear reach in a speculated family debate at Sowcarpet on Wednesday night, police said. The expired, distinguished as Dali Chand, 74, his significant other Pushpa Bai, 70, and their child Sheetal, 42, from Jawal in Rajasthan, were remaining on the primary floor of a three-story high rise on Vinayaga Maestri Street.

The homicide became exposed after Dali Chand’s little girl Pinki, who lives with her family in the area, rang up her dad around 8 pm. As there was no reaction, Pinki raced to her folks’ home and discovered them dead in their room.

After she raised a caution, her neighbors alarmed police, and a group from the Elephant Gate police headquarters raced to the spot. Police said Dali Chand bore a slug twisted on the jaw, while Pushpa Bai and Sheetal were shot in the head. Primer requests uncovered Sheetal wedded Jayamala of Pune and the couple has two girls matured 13 and 11. Because of a homegrown debate, Jayamala isolated from Sheetal and went to her folks’ home with her two little girls. Sheetal recorded a separation case in a family court in Chennai. As per police, Jayamala’s relatives were requesting Rs 1crore from Sheetal’s family. Jayamala’s siblings Vikas and Kailash frequently visited Dali Chand’s home and requested cash. A portion of his neighbors told researching officials that they as of late observed Vikas and Kailash contending with the Chand family. Police speculate the function of Vikash and Kailash in the triple homicide. They have shaped unique groups to follow the attackers with the assistance of CCTV camera sourced from the area.

Police official Mahesh Kumar Aggarwal, north Chennai extra chief An Arun and joint magistrate V Balakrishnan visited the spot. A group of unique marks and legal specialists were squeezed into administration. The bodies were shipped off the Government General Hospital after death.

Dali Chand, who was running an accounting firm in the city for over 50 years, had additionally financed a couple of Kollywood motion pictures, police said. A further test is on.