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Body of forensics professor who killed wife, kids over Omicron fear found in Kanpur
Instructions have been issued by Police Commissioner of Kanpur to expedite the process of DNA profiling and tests of the highly decomposed body.
Lucknow: A highly decomposed body, suspected to be that of a doctor who went missing after allegedly killing his wife and children, was recovered on Sunday from Siddhnath Ghat here, police said."The body is highly decomposed due to which nobody is able to identify it," said Asim Arun, Police Commissioner of Kanpur. The body was noticed by local youth. Instructions have been issued to...
Lucknow: A highly decomposed body, suspected to be that of a doctor who went missing after allegedly killing his wife and children, was recovered on Sunday from Siddhnath Ghat here, police said.
"The body is highly decomposed due to which nobody is able to identify it," said Asim Arun, Police Commissioner of Kanpur.
The body was noticed by local youth. Instructions have been issued to the subordinates to expedite the process of DNA profiling and tests, he said.
The head of the department of forensic medicine at a private medical college, had allegedly killed his wife and children on December 3 at their apartment in Kalyanpur.
DCP (West) BBGTS Murthy said the Aadhar card of the doctor, his car keys, driving licence, and mobile phone have been found.
According to police, the doctor was allegedly depressed over the Covid-19 situation.
In a note left behind, the doctor claimed that he was suffering from an incurable disease and was depressed. He also said that "Covid-19 will not spare anyone" and he took the extreme step as "he could not leave his family in trouble" and wanted to "liberate them and remove all their troubles in a moment", Arun said.
Police had found the bodies of Chandraprabha (48), Shikhar Singh (18), an engineering student, and Khushi Singh, a high school student lying in a pool of blood in separate rooms, Arun said.
Chandraprabha was killed with a hammer, while Shikhar and Khushi were strangled to death, the police commissioner had earlier said, adding prima facie, it appeared that the victims were given tea laced with intoxicants and killed after they became unconscious.
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