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Salem, June 23: A 45-year-old astrologer and her 27-year-old son, who were recently arrested in connection with the death of her daughter-in-law, have allegedly committed suicide by hanging at their house.

The bodies of Jayalakshmi, also a vaastu expert, and Hari Krishnan were found by the police who broke open the door of the house yesterday after the neighbours complained of foul smell emanating from there, city Police Commissioner Gopalakrishnan said.

The duo were arrested last week in connection with the death of Hari Krishnan's wife, 25-year-old Priyadarshini, last month and released on conditional bail four days back. After being released on bail they had not come out of their house, he said quoting the neighbours.

In the suicide note reportedly found by the police, they have pleaded innocence. Priyadarshini had died after consuming poison.

They have also mentioned that they are taking the extreme step out of "shame and mental agony", police said.

They had also handed over their house and property to the Sai Baba Trust, Bangalore, the note said. (Agencies)

Published: Friday, June 23, 2006
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