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Daughter of senior railway officer kills mother, teenage brother in Lucknow

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Daughter of senior railway officer kills mother, teenage brother in Lucknow

Daughter of senior railway officer kills mother, teenage brother in Lucknow

A minor girl allegedly shot dead her mother and brother at their residence in Uttar Pradesh’s Lucknow on Saturday, a senior police official said.

The incident took place in the high-security Gautampalli area.

The deceased have been identified as Malini Bajpai (45), wife of a senior railway official, and son.

Police got information about the murders around 3.30 pm.

Lucknow Police Commissioner Sujeet Pandey said they had got information that the wife and son of R D Bajpai, Executive Director, Railway Board, Delhi, have been murdered."It was found that the mother and son died of gunshot injuries.

The son was shot on the head.

During investigation, it was found that his daughter, who is a juvenile, has committed the crime,” Pandey said.

She confessed to the crime, Pandey said, adding that the weapon used in it has been recovered.

Police said Bajpiai’s inflicted wounds on herself using a razor, which too has been recovered.She had her right bandaged and on opening it, her wounds were visible."Till now, it has been found that she is in depression.

We will send the girl to a juvenile home.

Her father is on his way to Lucknow," Pandey said, adding that the bodies were found in a bedroom.


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