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    Villagers in Jharkhand allegedly behead 3 of family for practising witchcraft

    Police on Wednesday recovered decapitated bodies of three people of the same family from a forested area in Jharkhand’s tribal dominated Khunti district who were allegedly abducted more than three weeks ago and killed for practising witchcraft.

    Police said the heads of the deceased were recovered from another isolated location near the spot and the bodies were sent for postmortem.

    The deceased were identified as Birsa Munda, 48, his wife Sukru Purty, 43, and daughter Somwari Purty, 20, of Kuda village under Saiko police station.

    Police have arrested three of the nine suspects from the same village from where the trio went missing on October 7

    “The beheaded bodies were recovered from a pit near Raba rivulet in a nearby forested area. Some villagers reportedly abducted the trio about 23 days ago after accusing them of practising witchcraft. We have arrested three people Soma Munda, Raghu Munda and Bishram Munda of the same village. The accused have confessed their complicity in the crime,” said Khunti superintendent of police Ashutosh Shekhar.

    He added that a manhunt has been launched to arrest other suspects including a local quack.

    The disappearance of the trio came to light on October 12 when Telani, a married daughter of the couple lodged a complaint with the police about her missing parents and younger sister, police said.

    She said that she along with her husband visited her parents’ house on October 8 but found the doors ajar. She said that none of the three members were at home.

    Telani said that she inquired about their whereabouts from neighbours but to no avail. After searching them at every possible location, she finally approached the police on October 12. She raised suspicion against a few villagers who allegedly abducted the trio due to some land dispute.

    Police said an initial search launched with dog squads failed to trace the abducted persons.

    Sources said that a woman of the same village had delivered a baby earlier this month but the infant died after a few days. A local quack informed the family that the death of the baby was due to witchcraft practiced by the deceased Birsa Munda’s family.

    Munda, his wife and daughter were found missing shortly after this.

    https://m.hindustantimes.com/india-n...eVIgN_amp.html


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    BIMARU gonna BIMARU.


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    No big deal, t'was only BIMARU.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Rishwat View Post
    No big deal, t'was only BIMARU.
    Not just that. It was only tribals. No biggie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    Not just that. It was only tribals. No biggie.
    Yes. Nothing to see here, just some unimportant people, move along now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cpt. Rishwat View Post
    Yes. Nothing to see here, just some unimportant people, move along now.
    We can always turn this thread around with the history of the Munda tribe, the Munda Rebellion and how the British admired their bravery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    Not just that. It was only tribals. No biggie.
    What a statement? Are people of Jharkand not humans?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    What a statement? Are people of Jharkand not humans?
    Sarcasm dude!

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    Witch craft is a big issue in almost all of India in backward areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varun View Post
    BIMARU gonna BIMARU.
    BIMARU is very much a part of India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BreadPakoda View Post
    BIMARU is very much a part of India.
    Never said it wasn't. Their vote is worth more than mine, politically.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    What a statement? Are people of Jharkand not humans?
    These are tribals with primitive rules. Need to get into mainstream to become civilized and advanced like us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    These are tribals with primitive rules. Need to get into mainstream to become civilized and advanced like us.
    Well they did go to the police. Is that part of the tribal laws?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    Well they did go to the police. Is that part of the tribal laws?
    not all tribals follow the tribal laws. some have been sanskritized and co-operate with the dikus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    not all tribals follow the tribal laws. some have been sanskritized and co-operate with the dikus.
    So in this case the beheader was following tribal laws and the victims family who went to police have been sanskritized?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CricketCartoons View Post
    not all tribals follow the tribal laws. some have been sanskritized and co-operate with the dikus.
    This is where Christian missionaries have helped out tribal people. Hindus never cared about educating them and left them for their own fate. Missionaries are helping them out of their tribal beliefs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Madplayer View Post
    So in this case the beheader was following tribal laws and the victims family who went to police have been sanskritized?
    Christianised

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lurker_Ind View Post
    Christianised
    But hindus have a problem with Christening?

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    RIP, hopefully can get caught


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