3 Jul 2022

Anti-Black Magic Law Invoked Against 2 Arrested For 9 Murders In Maharashtra

Maharashtra police on Saturday added parts of an anti-magic law and superstition to two people, including a suspect, accused of killing nine members of a family of two brothers in Sangli district, an official said on Saturday.
The bodies were found in the homes of two brothers, Manik Vanmore and Popat Vanmore, on June 20 in Maishal, Miraj, 380 kilometers from Mumbai.

Police have requested sections of the Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifice and other Inhumaman, Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Act 2013 against the accused Abbas Mohammad Ali Bagwan and his colleague Dheeraj Surawase, both living in Solapur, he said.

Following the discovery of suicide bombings in the two locations, police initially suspected that it was a suicide bombing in connection with a money laundering operation before a thorough investigation led to the arrest of Bagwan and Surawase, the official said.

"Our investigation revealed that Bagwan killed a family of nine children with the help of Surawase as he did not want to return the money he had taken from them because he was trying to find a hidden treasure," he said.

"Bagwan and Surawase went to Manik Vanmore's residence on the evening of June 19 with nine bottles. They gave Vanmare's wife 1,100 wheat seeds to count, at which point they mixed poison in each bottle. have bottled ingredients as a habit, ”he said.

After killing members of the Popat family, the suspects went to Manik's residence and poisoned the rest of the family members, after which Bagwan and Surawase put suicide books in the pockets of all nine deceased, the official said.

Inspector General of Police (Kolhapur Range) Manoj Kumar Lohiya had earlier said that Bagwan had taken a sum of money from the Vanmore brothers on the grounds that he was helping them to search for "gupt dhan" (a hidden treasure) and that the family was constantly asking him to return. money as a promise regarding wealth has not been fulfilled.

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