Saturday , October 16 2021

Burari killing mystery : Ours an educated family, none was superstitious, says eldest son

Udaipur : Dinesh Singh Chundawat, the eldest son of the family found dead in north Delhi’s Burari on Sunday claims that the deaths were result of some big conspiracy and not superstitions or occult that are listed as reasons by the Delhi police. Dinesh who arrived Sawa from Delhi with the mortal remains of his family members said the religious rituals would be completed here at their ancestral home. A civil contractor by profession, Dinesh said that most of their family members were highly qualified and educated.

” Priyanka,my niece who was engaged in June, was an MBA and was happy and excited like any other girls for her wedding plans. I was in Delhi on June 16 and next day was her engagement, the entire family was happy and there were no talks related to ‘union with God’ as what is being speculated now” Dinesh said.He also said that his family was quite religious and did Sunderkaand paath and Hanuman Chalisa regularly, and if this is superstition, then most of the families should be labelled superstitious. ” The family had planned a budget of 25 lakh rupees for house renovation as well as the engagement function. Some 12 Lakh rupees had been spent already while the renovation work is yet under progress.

The ventilation pipes were put up on my suggestion because there was a vacant plot adjoining our house and so to get some air and light, I had suggested them to do that” DInesh said, who is an expert on construction work. On being asked about the register which had reportedly the suicide methods jotted down by Lalit singh, his younger brother, Dinesh said that this is the only basis on which police is claiming the case to be suicide, but if they really had something like this in mind, he would have known it when he visited them in June.

” Somebody who commits suicide or plan to kill do the act behind closed doors, but the door was found open,there is some big conspiracy behind but the police is not relying on our words and rather believing on what others are saying. I dont believe that my family would commit suicide for as incredible a reason like ‘uniting with God’. If it is so,police should give us strong evidences on superstition otherwise they should hold a fair probe to solve the case” he asserts.

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