Tragic four laid to rest

FOUR people killed in Ipswich, including the victims of a double murder and suicide, have been laid to rest.The deaths at the beginning of February of Jayaprakash Chiti, his wife Anupama and their two-year-old son Pranau stunned the community.

FOUR people killed in Ipswich, including the victims of a double murder and suicide, have been laid to rest.

The deaths at the beginning of February of Jayaprakash Chiti, his wife Anupama and their two-year-old son Pranau stunned the community.

Dr Jayaprakash Chiti, 41, stabbed his wife to death at their Rushmere St Andrew home before plunging 160ft off the Orwell Bridge while holding Pranau.

A Suffolk police spokeswoman today confirmed that their cremations had taken place in England on February 9. However, the exact location has not been revealed as the remaining family members did not want any publicity.


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It is still not known why the life of Anupama's other child, 11-year-old Ani Chiti, was spared.

Ani, a pupil at the Abbey Junior School in Woodbridge, was left asleep during the awful events of that night.

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The married couple had worked in India before moving to Nottingham in the late 1990s and then came to Ipswich.

Dr Anupama Chiti, 36, was a radiologist at Ipswich Hospital and was also a breast cancer specialist.

One theory is that Dr Jayaprakash Chiti killed himself and two members of his family because he was jealous of his wife's professional success.

An inquest into their deaths was opened and adjourned on February 5 but a date for the full inquest has not yet been announced.

And yesterday the funeral of Cara Martin-Brown took place in Ipswich at a private family service.

The body of Miss Martin-Brown, 25, of Hawthorn Drive, Ipswich, was discovered in an alleyway off Alderman Road, Ipswich, on December 23.

Darren Brown, 21, of Alderman Road was charged with her murder and is due in court on March 5 to enter a plea.

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