Did monetary uncertainties exacerbated by pending loans push brothers Gaurang and Amrish to kill their 4 youngsters and themselves on the former’s vacant home in Vinzol? Or is there greater than meets the attention? The questions nonetheless stay unanswered although investigating officers have gotten some very important leads within the case.
Preliminary probe into the mysterious deaths has revealed that Gaurang had 23 lively loans accounts with loans amounting to round Rs 30 lakh to be paid off. These embody Rs 7.87 lakh dwelling loan, Rs three lakh private loans, Rs 4.5 lakh automotive loan and round Rs 13 lakh in loans in opposition to a number of bank cards. The sufferer had almost 14 different loan accounts which at the moment are closed, stated
It has additionally emerged that on June 17, the day they left dwelling, the brothers had despatched their Whatsapp contacts photos from their childhood. Despatched together with the images was a disturbing insinuation — a video hyperlink to
The suicide that despatched shockwaves throughout the town, raises a perplexing query — why did the brothers kill their youngsters and themselves whereas sparing their wives? Sources additionally informed Mirror that they’ve stumbled upon a “lot of details that requires to be probed”, including that even Joshna, Amrish’s spouse, had three lively loan accounts. A cop related to the case informed Mirror on the situation of anonymity, “Till now, we have found that Gaurang had 23 active loan accounts with dues amounting to around Rs 30 lakh. He needed to repay Rs 7.87 lakh home loan, Rs 3 lakh personal loans, Rs 4.5 lakh car loan and around Rs 13 lakh in loans against several credit cards.”
Earlier, Gaurang owned two vehicles – Eeco and Alto — and offered Eeco automotive off just lately, the probe has revealed. The Alto automotive was being utilized by Amrish as a cab, stated sources.
“We have learnt that Gaurang earned around Rs 25,000-30,000 a month. We are still assessing the documents,” the cop stated.
The wives of the 2 brothers are nonetheless unaware about any monetary stress confronted by them. Vatva GIDC PI DR Gohil remained unavailable for feedback on Saturday.
Police discovered Gaurang, 40, Amrish, 42, and their 4 youngsters Mayur, Dhruv, Kirti and Salvi, hanging from the ceiling of Gaurang’s vacant flat in Vinzol within the wee hours of Friday.
Whereas Gaurang labored as ‘fabric checker’ in textile companies on contractual foundation, Amrish drove a cab till the lockdown. This cab was owned Gaurang who additionally had one other automotive which he offered off early this 12 months. Round three years in the past Gaurang had bought a flat in Prayosha Residency in Vinzol and moved in there along with his spouse Hetal and two youngsters Dhruv (12) and Sanvi (7).
Amrish stayed again at Hathijan along with his spouse Joshna and youngsters Mayur (12) and Kirti (9). Round January this 12 months, Gaurang vacated his residence at Prayosha Residency and went to dwell in a rented lodging at Parijat Flats in Vatva. His spouse Hetal earlier stated that they shifted as a result of the rented place was near Gaurang’s office.
In February, a discover was pasted exterior Gaurang’s residence at Prayosha Residency by a personal bank concerning defaulting on the house loan to the tune of Rs 7.87 lakh. A neighbour, on situation of anonymity, stated, “They were decent people who mixed well with others and participated in all society functions. I am unaware why they left this place.”
Amrish and Gaurang had left their houses on Wednesday morning together with their respective youngsters, telling their wives that they’d return shortly. The wives suspected nothing amiss as they’d usually take their youngsters out for a joyride.
Hetal stated, “I thought my husband was at his brother’s place as both were close to each other.”
Joshna stated, “I was under the same impression that the two brothers were hanging out together with kids.” After they couldn’t be reached, the household went on the lookout for them to Prayosha Residency the place Amrish’s cab and Gaurang’s two-wheeler have been parked. Their sibling
“There were no such issues. About seven days ago, our husbands started fabric-checking work. They told us that everything would be fine.” DCP Zone 6
The household has not filed a grievance of harassment in opposition to anybody.