Five days with the corpse: the family trapped in superstition had also stopped giving fodder and water to the animals

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In the area of ​​the Karchana police station, the village of Deeha, people from the family found locked in the house with the daughter’s corpse were so engrossed in superstition that they did not even give food and water to the pets. . They had six animals, but for lack of food, they died one by one of starvation. If the villagers tried to feed the animals, family members also used to fight with them. On the other hand, after the autopsy, the girl’s body was cremated. While three sisters were sent to their in-laws’ house.

Abhayraj, a resident of the village of Diha, had two buffaloes, two cows and two calves. The villagers say the cattle were of a very good breed. But out of superstition, family members also stopped giving them feed and water. Seeing the deteriorating state of the animals, once the district panchayat member Vijayraj Yadav sent the fodder, the family members threw it away. When interrupted by the villagers, he used to fight and said that the mother goddess would keep the animals alive. Eventually, all the animals died one by one due to starvation. The condition was that after the death of the animals, the relatives did not even touch their corpses. After that, the villagers buried him.

death from lung infection
On the other hand, the autopsy of the body of the deceased was performed on Wednesday. According to the post-mortem report, he died of a lung infection. As the infection progressed, rot also began. The post-mortem report gave the cause of death as “death from septic shock and lung infection.” After the autopsy, the body was handed over to relatives and then the last rites were performed in Daraganj.

He lived by eating grams and grams, used to keep his parents imprisoned

The nanny, Karchana. The whole family of Abhayraj Yadav, a resident of the village of Deeha in the area, was so caught up in the vicious circle of superstition that for the past three months, he was living his life consuming gram water and Ganga. Lai-gram also used to eat only once a day. At four in the morning, Abhayraj’s daughters and sons used to go to the Ganga Ghat to take a bath and used to worship for hours at the Chaura Devi site built there. Here Abhayraj’s daughters used to sing songs.

Seeing this, the villagers used to live in panic. The whole family did not go to any temple in the village. At Abhayraj’s house, his daughter used to run Beenu’s. Sisters and brothers obeyed him. When father and mother protested, they were locked in the room. A few days before the events, he was taken out of the room when a relative arrived at his home. After the death of her daughter, when Abhayraj asked her to perform the last rites, she was again locked in the room.

The family used to be aggressive with helpers

Seeing the mood of Abhayraj’s family, if any villager was willing to help him, the family members would become aggressive with him. This had happened many times. That’s why no one ever asked for help. The villagers say that this family was part of the elite and cultured families of the village. His five girls and three boys were very smart in the studios. The father worked at a university in Naini and left work for family reasons. He had eight bighas of farmland in the same village.

The villagers explain that a few years ago Abhayraj’s family was not like that. But after the marriage of the fourth daughter Binu, there was a sudden change in her family and little by little everything changed. For the past two and a half years, the family has been stuck in the dust and the solution to every problem has been seen. With that he had also ended the sense of relatives. Neither of them went to anyone’s house and if any relatives came to their house, they used to take him outside.

The number three’s daughter did not enter or go into the house
Abhayraj’s third daughter, Renu’s wife, Pawan, used to come to her maternal home until a few days after marriage. But in the last three years, seeing the game of superstition happening in the family, he stopped coming to his maternal home. Renu married Naini. He neither used to come to his maternal home nor take care of family members.

The family took the eldest daughter and her children to the in-laws’ house

Bhayraj’s eldest daughter, Meera, got married 12 years ago in the village of Gunai, in the Meja police station area. She had only been taking her children home for a month and she also believed a lot in that flag. Meera’s husband, Sunil, also stayed here often and helped her in the superstitions of his wife and brother-in-law. The villagers said Sunil had gone to his house only on Tuesday morning. Meera has two daughters Preeti and Kirti and a son Prateek.

All three children were also malnourished due to lack of food. Kirti’s condition was very serious and police admitted her to a nearby hospital. On Wednesday, when the condition improved, the boys of Abhayraj’s brother took Meera and his children to their in-laws ’house. The second daughter, Rekha, also married in the village of Bhuska, in the area of ​​the Meja police station. He has a son Arpit and a daughter Arpita. He also came last Sunday with his children.

The situation of the house changed since Binu’s marriage
Abhayraj’s fourth daughter, Binu, married Rinku Yadav three years ago in the village of Bhuska, in the Meja police station area. Rinku is the brother-in-law of Abhayraj’s second daughter, Rekha. Even on the wedding day, Beenu created a lot of fuss. But relatives and relatives somehow understood and extinguished the marriage. He was at his in-laws’ house for ten days and had also upset the people there. After that, her in-laws left her maternal home. After that, he did not go to his in-laws’ house either. Her husband Rinku used to come here often.

No doors, but the family came and went through the window
Abhayraj’s relatives were so superstitious that for the past three months, the front door of the house was locked and they used to go out through the adjacent window. The three boys used to go to the market from time to time and buy only Lai gram there. Even in the market, it made no sense with any shopkeeper.

Abhayraj went to his in-laws’ house with his wife
According to police, Abhayraj said the sons and daughters did not listen to him and that he and his wife Vimala Devi were held hostage in the room. On Tuesday evening, the two had gone to the house of their Pattidar who lived nearby. But in the late hours of the night the Amaha, her brother-in-law Jamuna, Keshav and Umashankar came from their father-in-law to Delhi and took them away.

The ration was not collected at the quota store for two months
Kotdar Jagdish said he had not taken rations for the past two months. When he went home with the message, he became attackers and said that when he said the goddess, he would come looking for rationing. He said the mental state of the family members was not good for the last two and a half years. When police entered Abhayraj’s house, they saw that there were 20 sacks of grain in the yard. Wheat and rice are stored there. Despite having enough ration, the stove in the house had not been lit for two months.

all the children were educated
Abhayraj’s eldest son, Aryan, used to graduate and work in Noida. During the transition from the Crown, he came to the village and then along with his sisters became involved in the forest fire. The second son, Man Singh, was doing BTC doing MSAC. At the same time, third son Gyan Singh had done ITI. The deceased was an Intermediate student. The other four sisters had graduated.

he had no relationship with relatives

The whole family of Abhayraj’s brother, Nebbu Lal, lives in the village. The sons of Nabbu Lal, Shamsher Bahadur, Awadhesh and Ram Singh live close by with their families. He said Abhayraj’s family meant nothing to anyone for the past year. His cousin Raj Narayan and his sons Ashish and Ajay also live in the village. But they have nothing to do with Abhayraj’s family.

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In the area of ​​the Karchana police station, the village of Deeha, people from the family found locked in the house with the daughter’s corpse were so engrossed in superstition that they did not even give food and water to the pets. . They had six animals, but for lack of food, they died one by one of starvation. If the villagers tried to feed the animals, family members also used to fight with them. On the other hand, after the autopsy, the girl’s body was cremated. While three sisters were sent to their in-laws’ house.

Abhayraj, a resident of the village of Diha, had two buffaloes, two cows and two calves. The villagers say the cattle were of a very good breed. But out of superstition, the relatives stopped giving them fodder and water. Seeing the deteriorating condition of the animals, once the panchayat member of the Vijayraj Yadav district sent the fodder, the family members threw it away. When interrupted by the villagers, he quarreled and said that the mother goddess would keep the animals alive. Eventually, all the animals died one by one in agony from starvation. The condition was that after the death of the animals, the relatives did not even touch their corpses. After that, the villagers buried him.

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