A 30-year-old girl and her 4 kids died after allegedly inhaling poisonous smoke from an ‘angithi‘ (range) saved of their room in Shahdara’s Seemapuri space on Wednesday, police stated.
In accordance with police, a PCR name was obtained at round 1.30 pm concerning 4 to 5 individuals mendacity unconscious in a room on the fifth flooring of a home in Previous Seemapuri.
Upon reaching there, the girl and three of her youngsters had been discovered useless whereas the fourth and the youngest one was taken to a hospital however declared useless by medical doctors, a senior police officer stated.
Throughout enquiry, it was discovered that one Mohit Kalia (35) alongside along with his spouse Radha and 4 kids — two daughters and two sons — lived within the rented lodging, he stated.
The flat belongs Amarpal Singh (60), a resident of Shalimar Backyard, Deputy Commissioner of Police (Shahdara) R Sathiyasundaram stated.
Preliminary enquiry suggests all of them died of suffocation because of the range saved contained in the room because of the extreme chilly because the small room had no air flow, police stated.
Nonetheless, the precise reason for dying could be recognized solely after autopsy, they added.