A mother and her three-year-old son could have been dead for up to two weeks before their bodies were found yesterday in a suspected murder suicide. Police believe Poorna Kaameshwari Sivaraj, 36, and son Kailash Kuha Raj had been ‘dead for some time’ after they had not been heard from or seen since September 21.Officers forced their way into the family’s fourth-floor flat in Brentford, West London in the early hours of yesterday after concerns were raised for their welfare. Mrs Sivaraj’s husband Kuha Raj Sithamparanathan, 42, is thought to have stabbed himself when police broke in and was treated by paramedics before dying there.His wife and son were already dead, and their pet black cockapoo dog had been killed. Detectives are not looking for anybody in connection with the deaths. The bodies were found at 1am yesterday. Neighbours said the couple, Malaysian-born Tamils who wed in Kuala Lumpur in 2015, were frequently heard arguing. One local resident, who lives on the sixth floor of their block, said: ‘Things got really bad between them, especially during the lockdown.’ They are one of the few couples with a young child in our block and you could hear the screaming at each other, sometimes for very long periods. One day she threw his stuff out of the window and told him to take his medicine.’
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