Three of a family found dead in Aravallis

Gurugram: There was shock among the resident of Ghamroj in Sohna where bodies of two women and a man, all belonging to the same family, were found in the Aravalli forest. The case is proving to be a major challenge for the Gurugram police as the reason is not clear for which they have been killed brutally and dumped in the forest.
The deceased have been identified as labourers from Madhya Pradesh who were working in the city to sustain their livelihood. Those dead have been identified as Lakhan, his wife Sheela and their sister-in-law Komal. The three had been missing from Monday onwards after they went out for the work.
Deep cuts on their body shows that they may have been attacked multiple times by a sharp object. The law enforcement officials are also examining if they were attacked by a leopard. While there have been leopard sightings in the area, the probability of a wild animal attacking and killing human beings can prove to be a warning sign for the residents living around the forested area.
Meanwhile, the police have begun their search for Raju, the person who had accompanied the deceased. The victims who belonged to Panna district of Madhaya Pradesh were staying in the Sohna area of Gurugram for more than six years and were earning their livelihood through menial tasks.

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