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A 40-year-old man poisoned three of his daughters before killing himself at his Sakinaka home on Saturday morning over a property dispute, the police said.
Mangesh Anerao lived with his wife Madhura and four children —a seven-year-old son Ameya, a four-year-old daughter Harshita and one-year-old twins Ananya and Arohi — in Mohali village in Sakinaka. His neighbours said he was involved in a fight over property with his father and older brother.
After an initial probe, the Sakinaka police found Anerao asked Madhura and Ameya to get money from an acquaintance in Virar at 6.30am on Saturday. He had even called Madhura’s sister to their house the previous night so she could accompany them.
In the suicide note the police found, Anerao said he poisoned his daughters as he did not want to leave them behind. He wrote he could not get himself to kill his son and wife. “Once Madhura, her sister and Ameya left, Anerao killed his daughters and committed suicide,” said Avinash Dharmadikari, senior inspector Sakinaka police station.
The probe showed Anerao called his sister, Usha, at 7am and asked her to come over. Usha said she arrived at 8.15am, found the door unlocked and the four of them lying motionless on the floor.