11 people killed in India's capital, police probe link to gang war

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In a shocking incident on weekend, 11 members of a family were found hanging in their home at Sant Nagar in North Delhi.

The police officials said, bodies have been sent for post mortem to ascertain the cause of death and to rule out the possibility of foul play. Police are investigating. Let's wait for their investigation to be over, ' said New Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, who visited the scene. No suicide note has been found yet.

Police said Sunday there were no bullet marks on the bodies of seven women and four men. The family ran a provisional store on the ground floor of their house and were in furnishing business, reported Mirror Now. They have been living in the area for the last two decades.

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While some were found hanging, others were lying on the floor.

Detectives are now probing whether the family died by suicide or were killed, he said. "We are also checking the CCTV footages", the officer said.

"We are investigating from all possible angles, we are not ruling out anything", Delhi's joint commissioner of police said.