Female 'tantrik' confesses to involvement in Burari family's death
In the latest development in the Burari mass-suicide/murder case in Delhi, a female occult practitioner by the name of Maa Geeta has been detained in connection to the deaths. The woman, who is the daughter of the developer who constructed the family's house, was detained by the police on Friday for interrogation, and she has reportedly confessed to having a hand in the deaths.
The confession, as reported by CNN-News 18
CNN-News18 MEGA #EXCLUSIVE | The woman at the centre of #BurariDeaths speaks up, confesses to pushing the family of 11 to commit suicide. @mitrasouvik123 reports on the #BurariDeathMystery pic.twitter.com/Ne2k8PFID0— News18 (@CNNnews18) July 6, 2018
Details of Maa Geeta's confession to the police
According to CNN-News 18, Maa Geeta confessed to having a hand in the mass-suicide, and said that he had "pushed the family to commit suicide". In the video, the occult practitioner is also heard saying that the Burari family had been "possessed by evil spirits". As of now, it's unclear whether Maa Geeta has been charged, and what the next course of action is.
Details of the case: 11 family members found dead
Narayan Devi (77), sons Bhavnesh (50) and Lalit (45), their wives Savita (48) and Tina (42), daughter Pratibha (57), and five grandchildren- Priyanka (33), Neetu (25), Monu (23), Dhruv and Shivam (15)- were found dead in their Delhi residence on Sunday. All but Narayan were found hanging. They were blindfolded, gagged and had their hands tied. Police suspect Narayan was hanged from a doorknob.
The 'house of horrors' may be turned into a temple
For now, locals are confused about what to do with the house. Brokers say the family would find it hard to find buyers for "four-five years." Relatives staying elsewhere have ruled out moving in either. So some have proposed turning it into a temple.