Female Bank Employee murdered in Sitapur Uttar Pradesh

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In Sitapur district of Uttar Pradesh, a tragic incident has come to light where a man killed five members of his family before taking his own life. The incident occurred in Palhapur village of Rampur Mathura police station area. The man, identified as Anurag Singh (45), shot his mother Savitri (62) and wife Priyanka Singh (40) between 2:30 and 3 o’clock on Saturday night. He then threw his daughter Asvi (12), Arna (8), and son Advik (4) from the roof of the house. After these horrifying acts, he shot himself, resulting in his death.

Fortunately, the brother of the deceased managed to save his own life by locking himself in a room during the incident. The police were alerted and arrived at the scene to begin their investigation. They took possession of the bodies and started gathering information about the tragic event.

But recently, a new update has come to light. It is being said that the husband has not killed the wife and children. Instead, the brother of husband has murdered them all. The investigation is going on and the actual truth will soon come to light.

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Anurag Singh’s family was well-off and lived in Lucknow, while Anurag himself resided in the village. The wife had recently come to the village with the children. Priyanka, the wife, was employed in a bank based in Lucknow, and the family owned over 100 bighas of cultivated land. Anurag, who held a B.Sc. in Agriculture, was passionate about farming and took care of the agricultural activities. Unfortunately, his drug addiction had taken a toll on him, and his family was against his habit. As a result, they had decided to admit him to a drug de-addiction center in Lucknow, which ultimately became the trigger for this horrific incident.

The police have recovered an illegal weapon from Anurag’s room, near the bed. The bodies of the deceased have been sent for post-mortem examination, and the police are conducting a thorough investigation into the matter. Different types of injury marks were found on the bodies, and one family member mentioned that the children were thrown from the roof. The police will take further action based on the post-mortem report.

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  1. Anurag Singh or his brother could have committed these five murders in the same state when the first five victims were made unconscious by feeding them some intoxicant because if there was no state of unconsciousness then the mother and wife would have raised an alarm. Let us assume that the children were thrown from the roof while they were sleeping and they died as soon as they fell. They didn’t even get a chance to express themselves.

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