The identities of three children who were found dead in an Indian car in Tulsipur of Dang district on Saturday have been revealed. The bodies of three children were found in a decomposed vehicle (RJ 01 CC 0885) parked at Syauli Bazaar in Tulsipur Sub-metropolis-6.
The deceased have been identified as Sandeep Pariyar, 9, son of Bhim Bahadur Pariyar of Tulsipur Sub-Metropolis-6, Suvarna Pariyar, 7, son of Santosh Pariyar of the same place and Karan Pariyar, 6, son of Kiran Pariyar of the same place, said Shiva Bahadur Singh, Deputy Superintendent of Police.
Their bodies have been kept at the Rapti Provincial Hospital in Tulsipur for postmortem, police said. Police had informed the locals after the body could not be identified. The child has been identified on the basis of the clothes worn by the family of the deceased child. The parents had lodged a complaint with the police on April 3 alleging that the child was missing.
According to the locals, the vehicle was there a few months ago. According to the Area Police Office, Tulsipur, further investigation is underway.
“Three bodies have been found inside a vehicle parked since January,” Singh said. “The incident is serious. We are conducting a meticulous study.” He said preparations were being made to bring trained dogs from Nepalgunj for further investigation.
According to the police officer, the driver and his co-driver smelled bad when they went near the car for parking a bus on Saturday evening. After looking around, nothing was seen and when the lights were turned on, the body was found in the car.