In Chennai, a woman buried her husband alive in the ground so that he would become immortal. When the girl returned from school, she started asking about her father.
New Delhi. A surprising case has come to light from Perumbakkam district of Chennai. Due to superstition here, the couple took such a step, thinking of which anyone was stunned. Actually, here a woman buried her husband alive in the ground so that he would become immortal. On getting the information, the police reached the spot and took the body in possession and sent it for post-mortem.
To immortalize the husband buried alive
According to media reports, Nagaraja, a resident of Kalaignar Karunanidhi Nagar in Perumbakkam, was a self-styled prophet. He claimed that he had visited some temples and interacted with the gods and goddesses. Kalaignar Karunanidhi wanted him to be buried while he was alive, so that he could become immortal. It was told that on November 16, when he felt severe pain in his chest, he got scared and asked his wife to make arrangements to bury him before his death.
The woman accepted the advice of her husband and called the people digging the pit the next day to her house. The woman told the laborers who came to dig the pit that she is digging a pit to make a water tank in the house. According to the information, as soon as the laborers left, the woman buried her husband alive in the ground on November 17.
When the woman committed this incident, her daughter had gone to school. When the girl returned from school, she started asking about her father. At first the woman tried to seduce the girl, but when the girl was adamant, the woman told that she had buried her father in the ground to become immortal.
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After this the girl informed the neighbors about the matter and the police was called. On getting the information, the police reached the spot and took the body in possession and sent it for post-mortem. Police say that in the initial investigation, it has not been able to get information whether the person was alive or had died at the time of burial.