Noida: Dad of 2 murdered kids found hanging in house in Sector 70 | Noida News – Times of India

NOIDA: The father of the two children who were found dead in Sector 34 on Wednesday was himself found hanging from the ceiling of an abandoned house in Basai village in Sector 70 of Noida on Friday.
Police said Mahesh’s body hung from the swivel meant for a fan. The death probably took place three days back. In a note was found in his pocket, Mahesh had purportedly written that he was responsible for the deaths of his two children – Monu (6) and Tinka (3).
Mahesh’s body, police said, was spotted by sanitation workers who were passing by and entered the dilapidated building because of a stench coming from inside.
Much of the body had decomposed, police said, adding a few bricks lay under his feet. Mahesh had left home with his two sons on Tuesday evening, telling his wife that he was taking them out for a walk and would return soon.
The next morning, the two kids were found with their throats slit, possibly with a blade, near Billabong International School in Sector 34. Monu’s fingers were still wrapped around a piece of toffee and there were lacerations near the vein. A blade and a white shirt lay nearby.
Mahesh, according to his brother Arun, was upset at not being able to find a job for the past two months. He worked for an export company but lost his job. He joined another firm, but that too shut down after the death of the owner. Although Arun was aware of this, Mahesh hadn’t told his wife that he no longer had a job at hand. Police, however, suspect there could be something more than just job loss that allegedly prompted Mahesh to murder his children and then hang himself.
“There seems to be some information that the family is yet to share with us. It is true that he had lost his job. But the entire thing appears to be well-planned. There could be reasons that are yet to be revealed,” said Ranvijay Singh, additional DCP (Noida). Mahesh’s family described him as a subdued person who mostly kept to himself. “But he loved children. Never did he raise hands on them. A few days ago, Mahesh had accompanied us on a trip to Vrindavan. Throughout the journey, he kept holding the hand of his elder son,” Arun said. He, however, admitted that Mahesh would often have fights with his wife over monetary constraints.


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