New Delhi: Barely few days after the house arrest of two Noida sisters shocked the nation, another case of forced self-confinement has surfaced in the national capital where three siblings had confined themselves into their house for eleven long years.

The two sisters along with their brother had locked themselves in their house for fear of losing property to their half-sisters.
The case came to light when the police was informed about their confinement on Thursday.

Dungar Singh (50) lived with his two sisters Savitri and Vimla in his first floor flat of Rajput colony in Ghonda. They own two shops on the ground floor, out of which they have rented out one.  Their only source of earning is rent they earn.

Both sisters, appearing to be mentally ill, are suffering from malnutrition.

Dungar informed that his father who died in 1970 had two marriages. His step mother lives in Sabhapur colony. His father had three daughters from his second marriage. All the three sisters are married.

Dungar had a clash with his step-mother in connection with a plot close his house. A case is pending in court in that regard.

It appears the siblings are in an anaemic state due to financial stress.

The police after rescuing the siblings said they haven’t made any complaint against anybody.

(JPN/Bureau)