<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>Bodies of three children, who were reported missing since Sunday, have been recovered from the jungles near Morni Hill in Haryana. The three children have been identified as 11-year-old Sameer, eight-year-old Simran and four-year-old Samar. Police suspect the children’s father and uncle’s involvement in the alleged murder say media reports. The motive behind the murder of the children is unclear. The children belonged to Sarsa village in Kurukshetra district. Some reports, based on statements made by the family members, suggest that father’s extra-marital affair may have been the trigger for the shocking crime. The father Sonu Malik allegedly roped in his cousin to do the shooting. According to a report in NDTV, the police say Jagdeep followed the kids and asked them to get into his car, pretending he would take them to a fair. He took them, instead, to a deserted spot near a forest and shot them dead.When the family members started searching for the boys, the accused also joined the search. But the police found Sonu Malik’s behaviour suspicious and later questioned him and Jagdeep. On Tuesday, the bodies were found near the spot allegedly revealed by Jagdeep. DCP Panchkula Manbir Singh visited and inspected the crime scene with his team. A forensics team was also called to the spot. The bodies of three children have been sent for post-mortem.


Haryana: 3 kids found dead in Panchkula; father, uncle arrested