Bihar Horror: Man Kills Pregnant Wife and His Children

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Bihar Man Kills pregnant Wife: On Wednesday, in Bihar’s Sondihara village in the Kaimur district, a man allegedly killed his pregnant wife and two children with a spade used for farming over a domestic dispute. The accused was arrested and the police seized the murder weapon. The dead bodies were sent for a post-mortem examination.

The accused, Lal Babu Sah told to the police that he was very poor and his small business was severely affected during the pandemic. It left him frustrated. Moreover, his wife had been ill for a long time. He suspected that the illness was a result of some ‘black magic spell’ that his in-laws had cast on her. Babu Sah added that his wife was influenced by her father who allegedly is a sorcerer. The man further told police that he killed her and their two children as he got angry when she insisted on visiting her father claiming his sorcery could cure her despite his objections.

As per reports, the villagers informed the police after finding the bodies of Sah’s wife and children lying in a pool of blood in his thatched outhouse. Station house officer (SHO) Ramanand Mandal reached the place hurriedly and arrested the accused.

Bihar Man Kills pregnant Wife: similar incidents

In Uttar Pradesh a man killed his pregnant wife and four-year-old daughter in February this year in Bhagpat district. The incident took place after the couple had a fight. The accused was reportedly suffering from cancer. Read more on it here.

In the same month, a man from Maharashtra allegedly killed his wife and seven-year-old daughter using a sharp weapon. As per reports, the mother-daughter duo was declared dead on arriving at the hospital. The police arrested the accused and started their search for the neighbours who spread rumours about the woman. Read more here.

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