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Where Are the Surviving Members of the Bhatia Family Now?

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Netflix’s three-part docuseries titled ‘House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths’ seems at the mysterious deaths of 11 relations of the Bhatia household of their dwelling in Burari, India. The nature of the deaths led to intense hypothesis amongst the media and members of the society, and rumors about the occult and the sensationalist protection of the case made it tough for the others in the Bhatia household. So, let’s learn the way the different members of the household who didn’t live in the home handled it then, lets?

Who Are the Surviving Members of the Bhatia Family?

The household patriarch, Bhopal Singh, was married to Narayani Devi and lived along with his household in Tohana, Haryana, earlier than shifting to Burari round 1990 along with his spouse and youngest son, Lalit. Bhopal’s oldest son, Dinesh Singh Chundawat, had been dwelling in Rajasthan, India, at the time of the incident and by no means moved with the household to Burari. Another sister, Sujata Nagpal, settled in Panipat, India.

Dinesh acknowledged that he was reluctant to maneuver to Burari initially, mentioning, “Our entire family [relatives] was in Rajasthan, in and around Sawa village. We did not want to cut ties. Also, I liked open spaces, something which Delhi did not have. Bhavnesh (one of his siblings who died in Burari) and his wife came along, and we thought we would set up a business together.” Then someday in the Nineties, Bhavnesh and his household and Pratibha (one other sibling) moved to Burari, resulting in all of them dwelling underneath the similar roof. However, Bhavnesh’s eldest son had left dwelling about three years earlier than the incident.

On July 1, 2018, a neighbor discovered the relations dwelling in the Burari home dead by hanging from an iron grill. Narayani was present in the bed room, and she or he appeared to die of strangulation. The authorities seemed into their potential involvement in the occult. They questioned Dinesh and Sujata, who acknowledged that whereas the household was non secular, they by no means entertained any godmen or had an curiosity in the occult.

The household staunchly believed that Lalit and the relaxation had not killed themselves. They have been upset with how the media had, based on them, misreported facts. Sujata mentioned, “Please leave our family alone. We have not got the time to mourn the loss. I want you to let us grieve in peace. Kindly show some respect to what my family is going through.”

Where Are the Surviving Members of the Bhatia Family Now?

Dinesh nonetheless wasn’t satisfied that his household died because of this of a ritual. He expressed displeasure with how the investigation was carried out, saying, “We are not satisfied with what the police are saying that they died while carrying out the ritual, but how much do I fight? I am alone in this battle. The police do not have answers to my questions.” A number of months after the deaths, Dinesh, his spouse Kamlesh, and Sujata stayed at the Burari dwelling as a consequence of rumors concerning the home being haunted. Dinesh, who used to work as a supervisor in a gross sales agency in Saudi Arabia, now appears to live in Chittorgarh, Rajasthan. From what we are able to inform, Sujata continues to live in Panipat. There just isn’t a lot identified about Bhavnesh’s eldest son since the household, basically, has understandably maintained a low profile.

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