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Badaun Double Murder: Sajid and Javed’s grandmother defends butchering of Ahan & Ayush referring ‘Upari hawa’

“Badaun Double Murder: Sajid and Javed’s grandmother defends butchering of Ahan & Ayush referring ‘Upari hawa’”, Organiser, March 20, 2024:

“The tragic double murder of two Hindu brothers, aged 14 and 6, in Badaun, Uttar Pradesh, on the late evening of March 19, has reverberated shockwaves throughout the nation. One of the accused, Sajid, was killed in a police encounter the previous night, while his brother and co-accused, Javed, remains at large. Both the father and uncle of the accused siblings are currently in police custody.

The motive behind this gruesome act is yet to be determined, although witnesses and the victims’ family members have alleged that the accused indulged in drinking blood after committing the heinous crime. Despite speculation linking the murders to black magic, the police have denied this angle.

Amidst conjectures regarding the motive, the grandmother of the accused brothers, Kuttan, has asserted that Sajid was under the influence of “upari hawa” (seemingly referring to black magic). She claimed that Javed, the remaining accused, is innocent, stating, “jo kia hoga wo Sajid ne kia hoga” (Translation – Whatever happened, Sajid must have done it). Kuttan further insisted, “Javed is innocent. Sajid was influenced by ‘uppari hawa.’ Javed was at home at that time. He came to know about the incident after the Maghrib azaan and ran away out of fear……”

Read the full article at Organiser.org

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