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5 held under Black Magic Act for promising ''cash rain'' to girl

5 held under Black Magic Act for promising ''cash rain'' to girl
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Nagpur, Feb 28 (PTI) Five men were arrested in

Maharashtra''s Nagpur on Sunday under the Black Magic Act for

allegedly pressuring a girl saying that they would perform

special rituals for her, which would trigger "rain" of Rs 50

crore cash, police said.

The accused were identified as Vicky Ganesh Khapre

(20), Dinesh Mahadev Nikhare (25), Ramakrishna Dadaji Mhaskar

(41), Vinod Jayaram Masram (42), and DR alias Sopan Haribhau

Kumre (35), they said.

The girl had approached a senior police official on

February 26 with a complaint that a few days back one of the

accused had told her that if she follows certain procedures as

told by him and his colleagues, she would be rich as Rs 50

crore cash will rain from the sky, a policeman said.

However, the procedure told by them involved

undressing her, due to which the minor grew suspicious and she

started avoiding them. But as the accused kept pressurising

her, she approached the police, the official said.

The police arrested Khapre first, who revealed the

names of his colleagues, followig which they were also held,

the official added.

Lakadganj police have booked them under the

Maharashtra Prevention and Eradication of Human Sacrifice and

other Inhuman, Evil and Aghori Practices and Black Magic Act,

the Protection of Children from Sexual Offences (POCSO) Act

and various sections of the IPC, including 354 (A) and 354

(D). PTI COR

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Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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