Chikkaballapura: Four migrant workers, employed in a poultry shed, sadly passed away under mysterious circumstances one Saturday night in Holeyarahalli, near Doddabelavangala, within Bangalore Rural District’s Doddaballapur taluk.
The four individuals who tragically passed away were of Nepali descent, and their names were Kale Sarera (60), Lakshmi Sarera (50), Usha Sarera (40), and Pool Sarera (16). They had recently arrived to work at the poultry farm situated on Graveyard Road.
On Sunday morning, the four individuals were found lifeless inside the shed after having shut its door while they slept at night. The owner of the poultry farm, growing increasingly worried due to the lack of communication and a missed phone call, contacted the deceased workers’ relatives from a nearby town for assistance.
Upon reaching the location, it was evident that the individuals had met their demise while sleeping. The precise reason behind the deaths of these four family members remains shrouded in mystery.
There is a suspicion that the family members might have employed charcoal smoke as a means to deter mosquitoes, potentially leading to the shed being filled with smoke overnight.
This could have been the underlying cause of the heartbreaking fatalities, likely resulting from suffocation. Inspector Harish of the Doddabelavangala police has officially filed a case and is currently conducting an investigation into the matter.