Man found dead in Bindapur, another in Dabri
New Delhi: Two men were found dead under mysterious circumstances in south west Delhi, with one of them suspected of having committed suicide and the other reportedly killing himself at an acquaintance's house.
In the first case, the 40-year-old deceased was at the house of an acquaintance in Dabri, when he was shot in the temple.
In the second incident, a 29-year-old man was found dead in a park in Bindapur.
According to police, the 40-year-old deceased was identified as Manmohan, who lived with his family in Mahavir Enclave.
He was builder by profession and was the brother of a former Delhi councillor.
Police said that the incident was reported around 11.30 pm on Wednesday, when Dabri police received a PCR call about the incident.
A police team reached the house of 52-year-old Surajit Ghosh and found the victim in a pool of blood.
He was rushed to the hospital, but declared brought dead.
Ghosh, a builder by profession and resident of Mahavir Enclave, is currently under suspicion.
During investigation, Ghosh told cops that the victim had shot himself with a pistol, which has been recovered from the spot by cops.
Relatives of the victim asserted that he was murdered. However, investigation is still under process.
Meanwhile, in the Bindapur case, the 29-year-old found in a park was identified as Gautam, a resident of Bindapur Extension area.
According to police, they received a PCR call around 5.30 am on Thursday.
A police team reached Talab Wala Park and the victim was rushed to the hospital, where he was declared brought dead.
The deceased was identified based on his driving license.
A pistol and a spectacle were also recovered from the scene of the crime.
Police claimed that suspect suicide as the cause of death. "We are probing the case from all angles," said a police official.