A case has been registered against seven people in Maharashtra. Pune When a woman was forced by her in-laws and husband to eat powder made from human bones under black magic to conceive a child. This ritual was suggested by a local tantric.
Pune City Deputy Commissioner Sohail Sharma said that the case under section 3 of the Anti-Superstition Act (Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Cereficial and Others) along with sections 498A, 323, 504, 506 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) has been registered. has been entered. (Inhumane, Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Sorcery Act, 2013) against seven persons.
The case was registered at the Singhgarh police station on Wednesday (January 18) after the woman lodged a First Information Report (FIR) against seven people, including her in-laws, her husband and Tantrik.
According to news agency ANI, however, this was not the first time the woman had lodged a complaint against her in-laws and her husband. There were two previous occasions when she had lodged a complaint against him.
In the first case, the victim alleged that at the time of her marriage in 2019, her in-laws demanded dowry, which included gold and silver jewelery and some cash. In another case, the police enforced Section 3 of Anti-Superstition and Black Magic, according to the complaint.
Police said that the woman was forced to practice ‘Aghuri’ under the waterfall on several occasions during Amwasya nights (new moon nights) at home. During these rituals, the in-laws would also take instructions from a tantric over video call.
“We have started a search for the particular crematorium where these exercises took place. We will arrest the accused as soon as possible after which more details of the incident will emerge. Right now, we can be assured that AC A police officer of P rank will supervise the investigation of the case,” said DCP Sharma.
Singhgarh Road Police Station Inspector Jayant Rajurkar told PTI that the woman was forced to drink water mixed with human bone powder. He added that he was also allowed to bathe in the waterfall.
Rajurkar said the woman alleged that the accused harassed her mentally and physically to force her to take money from her parents.