Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Wednesday stated he’ll order any required inquiry into the deaths of 11 members of a household of Pakistani Hindu migrants at a village in Jodhpur.
Mr Gehlot paid floral tributes to the members of the family at Lodta village and provided his condolences.
BJP nationwide vice chairman and in-charge of get together affairs in Rajasthan Avinash Rai Khanna has written to the Ministry of Residence Affairs and the Nationwide Human Rights Fee to analyze the case.
He stated the matter must be totally investigated and if anybody is discovered responsible within the case, strict motion must be taken.
Chief Minister Gehlot met the family of the household and guaranteed all of them doable help.
“I’m with you on this grief and perceive your issues. I do know you all have come right here as a result of it was troublesome in Pakistan. I want that you simply dwell right here fortunately and flourish,” he stated.
“Police are investigating the case and the reality will come out. If you’d like another sort of inquiry, will probably be carried out,” Mr Gehlot added.
He additionally interacted with president of Seemant Lok Sangthan Hindu Singh Sodha and mentioned the issues of individuals residing within the space.
The 11 members of the family, together with 5 kids, had been discovered useless on Sunday morning contained in the hut they lived in at Lodta village of Dechu space. The autopsies indicated the consumption of a toxic substance, police had stated on Monday, pointing at the potential for a mass suicide.
A notice discovered on the spot alleged threats from the family of the wives of two family members and harassment by police.
Kewal Ram, 35, advised police that he spent the evening within the fields, the place he had gone to protect the crops, and got here house within the morning to search out everybody useless. Based mostly on his grievance, police detained his spouse and another individuals for interrogation.
A preliminary investigation indicated a dispute between the victims and the households of the wives of two brothers – Kewal Ram and Ravi.
The household got here from Pakistan’s Sindh in 2015 on a long-term visa. For the previous six months, the members of the family had been residing on the farm which that they had employed for cultivation. Police had discovered chemical compounds and injection vials on the shack, resulting in suspicion that some toxic substance might have been administered to the household.
Two of the victims, Laxmi and Priya, are stated to be nurses, the police had stated, including that their signatures seem on the notice.