Girl Buries Husband Alive In Their Yard To Assist Him Attain Immortality


Chennai: A lady from Perumbakkam allegedly buried her self-styled soothsayer husband alive after he wished to be buried whereas he was having a life in order that he might attain immortality. Nevertheless, their daughter came upon concerning the incident on her return dwelling from work on Friday and knowledgeable the police concerning the incident. 

In line with a report on The New Indian Specific, Nagaraj, a resident of Kalaignar Karunanidhi Nagar in Perumbakkam, was a self-styled soothsayer who was claiming that he had spoken to the gods and not too long ago stated that he attained divine blessing after visiting a number of temples within the state. 

He additionally construct a temple in his yard and invited folks to go to the temple to get their life predictions.

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On this backdrop, on November 16, Nagaraj suffered from chest ache and he informed his spouse that he could die quickly however he requested her to bury him alive with the ‘little’ life. He additionally stated that the act will assist him flip immortal.

The spouse, Lakshmi, agreed to his demand, and the subsequent day she referred to as two folks to dig a pit. She additionally claimed that the pit was to assemble a water tank. 

On November 17, Lakshmi buried Nagaraj in a seated place whereas he was reportedly unconscious, the report stated. 

On Friday, the daughter of the couple Thamizharasi, a techie, returned from her journey and she or he was shocked to seek out out that her father was lacking whereas her mom was mum concerning the incident. She repeatedly quizzed her mom who lastly accepted that she buried her husband. 

The daughter instantly gave a criticism to Perumbakkam police and exhumed the physique for autopsy. The police, nevertheless, stated that solely primarily based on the autopsy report it may be discovered if Nagaraj was alive or useless throughout the time of burial.


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