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UP: Four men offer human sacrifice to become millionaires

UP: Four men offer human sacrifice to become millionaires

Mathura: A 19-year-old rickshaw puller was brutally hacked to death as a human sacrifice in an act to please the Gods by four men.

According to the reports the incident came to light after an investigation into victim’s missing report revealed he was sacrificed by four men, Mirror Now said.

Victim Sachin reportedly went missing on April 2nd and CCTV footage revealed he was last seen along with two men Vinod Saini and Rajendra Yadav.

The Police immediately arrested the duo and on further interrogation revealed the crime. The duo confessed that they along with two other sacrificed Sachin after a tantric named Bunty Saini advised them to as a human sacrifice would please the Gods and turn the four men into millionaires.

Laxman Saini and Sonu Saini had reported kidnapped Sachin and the four men together murdered him.

Santosh Tyagi, SHO of Sadar Police Station have registered a case against the four accused under sections 302 (murder), 364 (kidnapping in order to murder) and 201 (disappearance of evidence of offence).

The accused confessing to their brutal crime said they strangulated Sachin with a cable wire near Mahadev ghat and later, as advised by the Tantrik, Sachin’s body was disposed of after he was stripped off his clothes.

The Tantrik then performed the rituals on the cable wire since he said the sacrifice’s blood should not be spilled.

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from The Siasat Daily

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