Two maids from West Bengal were found dead at their employer’s house in southeast Delhi’s Jungpura Extension on Monday morning. Special Commissioner of Delhi Police, Robin Hibu’s NGO Helping Hands came forward to cremate the bodies of the deceased women.

“Helping Hands volunteers led by Yogchen Lama arranged the last rites as per religious tradition at Nizamuddin Crematorium after post-mortem procedure was completed,” said New Delhi Special Commissioner Robin Hibu.

“Have spoken to top officials for stringent all out investigation,” Hibu added.

The police received a PCR call at 9:45 am saying that two maids were lying unconscious in a house at Jungpura Extension. Their hands and legs were tied when the cops found them but nothing was taken from the house which ruled out chances of robbery.

Sujala Gurung and Meena Rai of Darjeeling, West Bengal, had been living in the staff quarters of their employer’s house since they started working there as domestic help in June.

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