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Although no suicide note was found in the vehicle or on their persons, based on circumstantial evidence and statements of their close relatives, prima facie, police suspect it to be a case of suicide. Mulund police have recovered two bottles of suspected poison from the car.
Cops said the couple might have taken the extreme step due to opposition from their parents as they belonged to different religions.
Salman Afroz Khan (26), a Thane resident, dabbled in the garments business and the girl, Manisha Narayan Negi (21), who lived on Thane -Belapur Road in Navi Mumbai, worked as a salesgirl in a mall.
Police said that early on Wednesday, around 3.30am, they received an anonymous call about a lavender-coloured car parked in the middle of the road opposite the metropolitan magistrate’s court.
We rushed a team to find the car’s engine was running. Our policemen knocked on the car’s doors but got no response. We then broke open the rear window to find the unconscious couple. We moved them to Mulund General Hospital where they were declared dead before admission,” said a police officer.
Cops have sent the bodies to Rajawadi Hospital for post-mortem and the bottles to the Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL). “We found their identification and address proofs and then informed their parents,”said one.
Their relatives told cops that the couple was in a relationship for the past five years and had informed both sets of parents of their plan to marry. The parents, though, refused to accept it. Their families told cops that the two had gone missing four days ago but since their mobile phones were working, they did not register missing persons complaints.
“It appears that after facing rejection from their families, they decided to end their lives. We have sought their CDR to find out if they were being threatened or pressured. We are trying to figure out if they have left behind any suicide note in their drawers, emails or on social media. An accidental death report is filed,” said a police officer.