7 family members' remains were discovered in a river in Pune, Maharashtra, with 5 being imprisoned as a result
Seven family members' corpses were discovered in a riverbank in Maharashtra's Pune region on Wednesday, and police have since arrested five persons and filed a murder case in connection with their deaths.
According to the authorities, the dead include a couple in their 40s, their daughter and son-in-law, and three grandkids.
According to them, three victims were discovered on Tuesday at Pargon bridge on the Bheema river, on the borders of Yavat hamlet in Daund tehsil, around 45 kilometers from Pune city. Four dead were discovered between January 18 and January 22.
According to a Pune Rural Police officer, an offense under Section 302 (murder) of the IPC has been recorded and five persons have been held in relation to the deaths of the seven victims.
Mohan Pawar (45), his wife Sangita Mohan (40), their daughter Rani Fulware (24), their son-in-law Shyam Fulware (28), and three kids between the ages of three and seven were all listed as dead.
The victims were discovered 200 to 300 meters apart in the Bheema riverbed, according to initial reports from the police.
Four corpses were sent to a post-mortem, and it was determined that drowning was the cause of death, according to what they had said.
According to the authorities, the dead were from the Marathwada region's Beed and Osmanabad districts and had previously worked as laborers.