Nine bodies found in house in Maharashtra’s Sangli, police suspect poisoning

Police in Sangli district of Maharashtra state have opened an investigation after the bodies of nine allegedly belonging to a family were found in a house in the town of Mahasal on Monday. Officers said there were no external injuries in any of the dead, and they suspected the deaths were caused by poisoning.

According to the police, the bodies were found on Monday noon at the home of Manek Vanmore in the town of Mirage Taluk Mihaisal. Preliminary information obtained by officers indicates that Vanmore is a medical practitioner in the area. It was not immediately clear if he was among the dead. Senior police officials in Sangli district rushed to the scene and opened a preliminary investigation.

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Special Inspector General of Police (Kolhapur District) Manojkumar Lohya said, “Initial investigation indicates that there were no external injuries in any of the bodies. It appears that some kind of poisoning was the reason behind their deaths. We are now investigating whether this poisoning was accidental, such as food poisoning. , or whether it was a suicide pact.”

Teams conducting forensic analyzes and those from the local police station have arrived at the scene, along with officers from the crime branch of Sangli Police to conduct the investigation.

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