Former Congress MP Rajaiah's Daughter-in-law and 3 Grandsons Found Dead in Warangal

Published: 04th November 2015 09:05 AM  |   Last Updated: 04th November 2015 12:45 PM   |  A+A-

WARANGAL: In a tragic incident, Congress former MP and present candidate for Warangal MP bypolls Siriclla Rajaiah's daughter-in-law and three grandsons have been burnt alive under suspicious circumstances at their house in Revenue Colony in Warangal city in the wee hours of Wednesday. 

The deceased have been identified as Sarika aged around 35 and her three sons Abhinav (7), twins Ayon and Sriyon (5).  Though the family members claim that it was an accident, police suspect that Sarika would have either committed suicide with her children or they would have been murdered. 

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It is learnt that Sarika also made an attempt to kill herself in the past due to  disputes with husband Anil and also filed a case against her husband and in-laws a couple of years back on the charges of dowry harassment. 

Meanwhile, Warangal police commissioner G Sudheer Babu, Hanamkonda ACP Shoban Kumar and Subhedhari police have visited the spot. The clues teams have been pressed into service.

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On the other hand, Rajaiah filed his nomination for Warangal MP byelection on Monday and also launched the poll campaign on Tuesday. However, this incident has come as a big shock for the Congress party cadre which is gearing up for the election.  


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