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Three labourers found dead at farmhouse in Sohna

GURUGRAM: There were scenes of panic and shock after three laborers who were working at a farmhouse in Sohna on the outskirts of Gurugram was found dead under mysterious circumstances by their fellow workers on Friday morning.
While one of the workers was found dead in the kitchen of the house, the bodies of other two were found outside in the farm.
The investigation by the law enforcement official later revealed all three were murdered with their killer strangulating them to death.
The deceased have been identified as Dharamveer aged 50, Allaudin Khan aged 55 andMohit who was just 20 years of age. Khan and Mohit belonged from Bulandshahr and Unnao districts of Uttar Pradesh and Dharamveer was from Palwal in Haryana.
While the real cause of the death has not been ascertained, it is believed that the reason behind the killings was a burglary attempt. Certain items like fridge, inverter and grass cutter machine was found to be missing.
According to police, there is a possibility that the crime may have been carried out by four to five people.
At a time they were murdered they were preparing for dinner as vegetables and cooking items were found in the kitchen.
Various possibilities of the involvement of fellow workers to involvement of Bawaria gang have been speculated.
The farmhouse has been leased to Satbeer, who was not present in the house that time as he had gone out for a wedding function.
He was informed of the incident when he returned on Friday morning.
The magnitude of the crime resulted in senior police official Ashok Bakshi, DCP (South), visiting the scene of crime and being a part of investigating team.
"We are not ruling out the possibility that there may be an organised criminal gang that would have carried out this act. Meanwhile we have sent the bodies for post mortem and will hand over the bodies to the family after the completion of the process," said Bakshi.
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