In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 07th, October, 2020

Shocker! Three-Yr-Outdated Boy Discovered Lifeless Alongside His Mother And Dad After ‘Homicide-Suicide’ At Their House

Shocker! 3-Year-Old Boy Found Dead Alongside His Mom And Dad After 'Murder-Suicide' At Their Home

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A mom and her three-year-old son who had been killed in a suspected murder-suicide are believed to have been lifeless ‘for a while’ earlier than they had been discovered.

The our bodies of Poorna Kaameshwari Sivaraj, 36, and son Kailash Kuha Raj had been found by police on the household’s flat in Brentford, west London, shortly earlier than 1am on Tuesday.

Poorna’s husband and Kailash’s dad, Kuha Raj Sithamparanathan, 42, was additionally pronounced lifeless on the scene.

Scotland Yard at this time stated they pressured entry into the fourth-floor flat on Clayponds Lane in Brentford shorty earlier than 1am this morning.

Officers discovered Kuha Raj Sithamparanathan, 42, struggling with stab wounds in addition to the our bodies of his spouse Poorna Kaameshwari Sivaraj, 36, and their three-year-old son Kailash Kuha Raj.  

Kuha was handled by paramedics however was pronounced lifeless on the scene.

Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding, from the Met’s specialist crime command, stated: ‘Though we’re within the infancy of this investigation, it seems that Poorna and Kailash had been lifeless for a while.


‘This can be a homicide investigation and my group will work diligently to determine the sequence of occasions that led to their murders and the dying of Kuha Raj Sithamparanathan.

‘Our preliminary enquiries have established that Poorna and Kailash had not been seen or heard from for a while, maybe since round September 21.’

Detectives will not be at the moment on the lookout for anybody else in reference to the incident.

The Directorate of Skilled Requirements has made a referral to the Impartial Workplace for Police Conduct as it’s believed that Kuha fatally injured himself when officers entered the property, the pressure stated.

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The household’s Cockapoo canine, which they might typically be seen strolling, can be believed to have been killed.

Scotland Yard stated it had been responding to issues concerning the occupants welfare.

Police attended the deal with ‘a number of occasions’ within the early hours of Monday however didn’t get a reply and after talking with different residents turned more and more involved and determined to pressure entry, the Met stated.

Shocked neighbours earlier at this time recalled listening to blazing rows on the Sithamparanathans’ residence over the previous few months.

One neighbour who lives on the fifth ground informed MailOnline: ‘In the course of the lockdown I may hear them arguing so much.

‘I may hear her screaming at her husband, telling him to take his medication. Then on one other event, he threw them out of the window, and I seemed down and will see them on the bottom.’

One other neighbour added: ‘Issues received actually dangerous between them, particularly through the lockdown.

‘They’re one of many few with a younger youngster in our block and you can hear the screaming at one another, typically for very lengthy durations.’

The couple, who married in Kuala Lumpar in 2015, additionally owned a Cockapoo, which can be believed to have been killed within the incident.

Jamila, who lives in a neighbouring block stated: ‘It is tragic. They liked their canine and I would see them on a regular basis taking him out for walks. They had been a beautiful household and none of this makes any sense.

‘The officers informed me that there was blood all around the flat and that the canine had additionally been killed.’

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Supply: Each day Mail UK

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