The teacher lost his life-long accumulated capital under the tantric in Hisar, now he has lost his life

Hansi, A female Sanskrit teacher handed over her life’s earnings to her under the tantric in Hisar. After getting upset with the tantrik’s family members, the teacher committed suicide. The tantric has already committed suicide. The police have registered a case against the tantrik’s wife, brother and two others on the complaint of the deceased’s son.

In a complaint to the police, Navjit Yadav, a resident of Dhaana Khurd, said that his mother Dimple was a Sanskrit teacher at the government school in Rampura. She went to Maike Narnaul’s village Mandi when the school was on vacation during the lockdown. There, a Tantric resident of Kiravad seduced and brought him to his village and kept him hostage for several days by giving him unconscious medicine.

During this period, the tantric got Dimple’s signature on three checks and removed Rs 15 lakh from the account. A month ago Dimple somehow got out of her clutches and reached home and told the whole incident to the relatives. When the family members reached the house of the tantric Chandiram, he threatened to kill them. A few days later, Chandiram committed suicide. The tantrik’s relatives lodged a case against his father and uncle at Bawanikhara police station. Stressed by the incident, mother Dimple committed suicide by hanging herself in the house.

Assam girl found abandoned in Shiv Park in Patel Nagar

Hisar: A young woman who came from Assam to work in Delhi brought a young man to lure him. On Tuesday, he escaped leaving him at the Shiv Park in Patel Nagar. On seeing the young lady sitting in the park at night, Councilor Mahendra Juneja asked her, she started crying and started talking about sending herself to Assam. Councilor has informed the administration.

The woman told that she had come to Delhi two months ago. He got work During this, he started talking to a young man working in the neighborhood, then he brought him to Hisar on Tuesday. The woman said that she had come to Delhi to collect money for her sister’s treatment.