Jharkhand Crime News: In the Sonahatu area of Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand, a case of murder of three women including an old woman has come to light in the name of witch Bisahi. Police have recovered the bodies of two, while one old man is still missing. Police is engaged in its search.
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In Ranadih, the last village of Sonahatu police station area under Ranchi district, three women, including an old woman, were brutally murdered, accusing them of witchcraft. It was told that Rajkishore Singh Munda, the 18-year-old son of Ramskal Singh Munda, a student of Eklavya Vidyalaya, Tamad, resident of Ranadih, had died of snakebite. Ojha was brought to the village by the villagers on this incident. Keeping the villagers in superstition, Ojha spoke of witch bisahi in the village. Also said that in the house where there is a witch, there is a possibility of an incident within a day in the same house.
Woman assaulted on charges of witch bisahi
According to Ojha, the next day a 19-year-old son of Abhimanyu Singh Munda of the same village, Lalit Singh Munda was bitten by a snake. In which he was saved through treatment. After this incident, considering Ojha’s superstition as belief, a meeting of villagers was held in the said village and in the meeting, Railu Devi (45 years), wife of Abhimanyu Singh Munda, was assaulted and asked to confess to being a witch, accusing her of being a witch. Gone. On this, Railu Devi named two old women Dholi Devi and Alomani Devi. After this, the three women were taken to the mountain near Ranadih and murdered.
Men fled the village after the incident
After the incident all the men fled from Ranadih village. At present, there are only women in the village who were refusing to tell the police about the incident. Here, on the behest of the in-laws of the deceased Railu Devi, husband Abhimanyu Singh Munda and Muchiram Singh Munda of the village were arrested and interrogated by the police, the bodies of two women Railu Devi and Dholi Devi were recovered from the end of the mountain, while that of Alomani Devi. The body has not yet been found.