Human Sacrifice Prevented as Punjab Police Arrest Two Circus Performers in Ferozepur
Punjab police saved the life of a 50-year-old woman who was going to fall victim to a human sacrifice ritual in Ferozepur village. The two accused were arrested, and the victim is said to be undergoing treatment for her injuries. The police were notified by the villages of the situation, and they promptly acted to prevent the crime.
The incident took place in Ferozepur village, Punjab, where two circus performers named Kuldeep Singh alias Keepa and Jasvir Singh tried to perform a human sacrifice in hopes of becoming rich. The two reportedly met a ‘tantrik’ (sorcerer) who asked them to perform a ‘human sacrifice’ on a woman. Keepa and Jasvir met 50-year-old Balvir Kaur through her son Dharampreet who they met about eight months ago during one of their shows.
The duo took Balvir to visit a tantrik for paying obeisance but instead took her to an isolated place in Ferozepur village to kill her. They attacked her using a sickle giving her serious injuries on her neck and other body parts. The villagers informed the police of the situation and they promptly acted on it.
They reached the location to find Balvir gravely injured in the fields near canal at Ferozepur village. She was rushed to the hospital and is undergoing treatment. The two accused were arrested the police recovered the sickle as well as a Hero Deluxe motorcycle (PB 52 B 2187).
A case has been registered against the two under Sections 307 and 34 of the IPC at Fatehgarh Sahib police station.