MP Crime News: Sanjeev Mishra was troubled by the incurable disease of his children, mentioned this in the suicide note.
Madhya Pradesh/Vidisha: Former BJP councilor Sanjeev Mishra, who lives in Bunty Nagar area of Vidisha, committed suicide by consuming poisonous substance along with his wife and two children on Thursday evening. Sanjeev was troubled by the incurable disease of his children. Police have also found a suicide note from the room, in which he has written about committing suicide while mentioning illness.
Sanjeev’s nephew Abhishek told that on Thursday evening when uncle Sanjeev and his family did not come out of the room for a long time, they called his friends and the police. When the door of the room was broken as soon as the police arrived, Sanjeev, his wife Neelam, sons Anmol (13 years) and Sarthak (6 years) were lying on the ground in the room. Anmol and Sarthak were killed while Sanjeev and his wife were breathing. Both were immediately taken to the district hospital. Where Sanjeev died during treatment.
Wife Neelam was referred to the Medical College, where she also died after a while. CSP Vikas Pandey told that a box of poison and a suicide note have been recovered from the room. In the suicide note, it has been written about committing suicide due to the incurable disease of the children.
According to family sources, Sanjeev’s elder son Anmol was suffering from an incurable disease called muscular dystrophy for the last eight years. In this disease, the muscles start shrinking and the body becomes weak. According to Sanjeev’s friend Ramnarayan Vishwakarma, Sanjeev got his son treated in other major hospitals of the country including AIIMS in Delhi but he could not recover. After this, the symptoms of this disease started appearing in the younger son Sarthak as well. Due to which he was getting very upset.