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HYDERABAD: A private school teacher, K. Vanisree, 35, and her two children, Naga Satvik, 7, and Sai Vaishnavi, 5, were found dead in their house at Vaidehinagar of Vanasthalipuram on Monday.
A note, purportedly written by her husband K. Koteswara Rao, who was not found in the house, stated that he poisoned them to death as the family had slipped into debts and he too wanted to commit suicide, the police said.
Rao was last seen on Friday and the highly decomposed state of the bodies suggests that they were killed on the same night, the police said.
Rao, hailing from Mangalagiri, and Vanisree, who belongs to Cherukupally, both in Guntur district, got married nine years ago. Rao was working as salesman with a company.
“Inquiries with neighbours suggested that he having financial problems and borrowed money from several persons,” the Vanasthalipuram Inspector, B. Ravinder Reddy, said.
No external injuries were found on the bodies, which were shifted to the Osmania General Hospital morgue for autopsy, police said.
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