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Saturday, 25 May 2024 11.24 PM IST

Is the death of Malayalees in Arunachal, a murder? Searched on Google about changes that occur in body after death

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala police suspect the incident where Malayalees were found dead in a hotel room in Arunachal, as a murder. Naveen of Kottayam, his wife Devi and teacher Arya were found dead. The police suspect that after killing two people, the other may have committed suicide.


The bodies of the three people were found with their wrists slit. An injury was found on the neck of a woman. Their postmortem will be conducted at Itanagar, in Arunachal Pradesh today. The police said that all three were superstitious and were introverts.


A suicide note was found saying 'Lived happily, now going'. The three searched on internet about life after death. They searched on google things like what will happen after death, what changes will happen in the body after death. They also watched many YouTube videos related to this. This was found when their phones were checked. Devi had told her friends that she believed in reincarnation.


Arya went missing from Thiruvananthapuram on March 27. When the police started an investigation after registering a case, got the information that Devi and her husband were missing. Naveen and Devi told their relatives that they were going for an excursion and so the relatives had no doubt.


When the missing case of Arya was being investigated, it was found that the three had left the Thiruvananthapuram airport together in an Indigo flight. The Itanagar police informed their relatives about their deaths yesterday morning.

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