Tantrik Kills Couple Having Sex In Jungle Using Superglue


Jaipur: A bizzare event was reported from Rajasthan where a ‘tantrik’ was arrested recently in Udaipur for killing a man and a woman after their naked bodies were found in a nearby forest on November 18.

The police have now said they have cracked the case, with the arrest of a 52-year-old tantrik or occultist on Monday, presenting murky details into the bizarre double murder.

Rahul Meena, a 32-year-old government school teacher, and Sonu Kanwar, 31, were found dead in the Kela Bawdi forest area under Gogunda police station limits last week.

Both were married to separate people and, senior police officers Bhupendra Singh and Kundan Kuwariya said, they had an extra-marital affair.

Following the startling discovery, nearly 200 people were questioned and footage of CCTV cameras installed at around 50 places was examined, the officers said.

The police finally zeroed in on a tantric named Bhalesh Joshi. He was detained and interrogated, following which he confessed to having murdered them, they said.

According to the police, Sonu and Rahul’s affair began after they met at the temple. Sonu also appeared to be frequently in touch with the tantrik, they said.

The affair apparently led to strife in Rahul’s marriage and when his wife approached the tantrik for advice, he told her about his relationship with Sonu, police officer Vikas Kumar said.

When Rahul and Sonu came to know, they threatened to file a case of molestation against the tantrik to defame the tantrik, the police said.

Fearing public humiliation, Bhalesh plotted to kill them. He bought 50 tubes of a quick-drying superglue for Rs 15 each and poured all of them in a bottle, the police said.

On November 15, he called the two to an isolated area and later pretended to leave. When they believed he had left, the couple engaged in physical relations as which point, Kumar poured the bottle of superglue on them. He then slit the man’s throat and stabbed the woman.

Police said his aim was to kill both of them when they were in the act so that when people found their bodies, they would be in an objectionable position drawing scrutiny away from him.

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