Gruesome Act Unfolds: Cannibalism Shockwaves of men in Dantuni Village
In a deeply unsettling turn of events, the quiet village of Dantuni in Odisha’s Mayurbhanj district was shaken by a gruesome act of cannibalism by men during a funeral ceremony. On Tuesday, Sundar Mohan Singh (58) and Narendra Singh (25) were arrested after horrified locals witnessed them consuming half-burnt human flesh from the body of a deceased individual.
The villagers had gathered at the crematorium to bid farewell to a person who had succumbed to illness. However, their grief turned into shock and disbelief when they spotted those men – Sundar Mohan Singh and Narendra Singh taking away a portion of the half-burnt body and engaging in cannibalistic practices. The witnesses wasted no time and promptly alerted the authorities, leading to the arrest of the accused.
An anonymous police officer disclosed that the accused committed the grotesque act while under the influence of alcohol. Sundar Mohan Singh, who is one of the accused, is believed to be a sorcerer and confessed to his actions. The authorities have charged them under section 297 of the Indian Penal Code, which deals with offenses related to desecration of burial places and showing disrespect to human remains.
The incident has left the community in a state of shock and horror, struggling to comprehend the disturbing event that unfolded before their eyes. Raju Nayak, a resident of Dantuni, expressed his disbelief at witnessing such a gruesome act, raising questions about the direction humanity is heading.
The police have launched a thorough investigation into the incident, seeking to uncover the motives behind this heinous act of cannibalism by these men. As the investigation progresses, the authorities are determined to gather more evidence and ensure that justice is served for the deceased and the affected community.
In the wake of this shocking event, the incident has raised concerns about alcohol abuse by men and its potential role in exacerbating such horrifying behaviors. The village and its surrounding areas are grappling with the aftermath of the incident, with many seeking counseling and support to cope with the trauma.
As the case unfolds, the authorities are urging the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities that may pose a threat to public safety. The incident serves as a chilling reminder of the importance of preserving respect for the deceased and the sanctity of burial grounds, while also highlighting the need for increased awareness and vigilance against such disturbing acts within society.
Horror in Jodhpur: 17-year-old Dalit girl gang-raped by 3 college students in front of boyfriend; accused held
In a horrific incident that has sent shockwaves through Rajasthan, a 17-year-old Dalit girl who had eloped with her boyfriend was allegedly gang-raped by three college students in Jodhpur in the early hours of Sunday. The accused, canvassing for a student leader seeking a ticket from the RSS’ student wing Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad (ABVP) for student union elections, assaulted the victim’s boyfriend before subjecting her to the brutal assault. The accused were swiftly arrested after the incident.
According to Deputy Commissioner of Police (East) Amrita Duhan, the couple had arrived in Jodhpur from Ajmer and sought a room at a guest house. However, they had to leave when the caretaker misbehaved with the girl. Later, at Paota Chauraha, the three accused approached the couple, befriended them, and offered food and drinks. After gaining their trust, they took them to a hockey ground under the pretext of helping them reach the railway station. At the ground, they beat the boy and raped the girl in front of him.
As the morning walkers arrived at the campus, the accused fled the scene. The victim’s boyfriend sought help from the passersby, leading to the police being informed. The police launched a swift operation, leading to the arrest of the accused from a house in Ganeshpura near Ratanada in Jodhpur. The accused, Samandar Singh Bhati, Dharm Pal Singh, and Bhattam Singh, aged 20-22, were students of Jai Narayan Vyas University (JNVU).
Reacting to the heinous crime, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot praised the police for their prompt action against those men and urged them to ensure the strictest punishment for the culprits. The ABVP denied any association with the accused. An FIR has been registered under relevant sections of the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences Act, IPC, and the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, reflecting the gravity of the offense. The incident has sparked outrage and renewed calls for greater measures to protect women and ensure their safety in society.