Kerala Chief Minister Pinarai Vijayan said on Saturday that the state government is considering introducing laws to address superstitions and black magic practiced by dark forces to push back society. I was.
At the inauguration of the Sivagiri Mutt Pilgrimage Conference here, Vijayan said superstitious and erroneous ritual practices were prevalent during the time of the famous social reformer Sri Narayana Guru.
“However, such practices and superstitions are being revived by dark forces. A recent example of this was the Elanthoor human sacrifice case. It shows,” the prime minister said at the event.
He said such practices should be opposed by everyone, but some media organizations promote things like black magic for profit without considering the same impact. There is
Vijayan further stated that some dark forces are trying to turn the progressive nature of Kerala society into a backward and backward one. This must be prevented.
“Therefore, the government was considering introducing laws to curb or address such superstitious and wrong ritual practices,” he said.
Two women are said to have been sacrificed as part of a black magic ritual in the province’s Pathanamtitta district.
Three people were arrested after details of the murder surfaced on October 11.
According to police, the women who made their living selling lottery tickets were murdered to help solve the couple’s financial problems and make them wealthy.
Police said Shafi convinced the couple that human sacrifice would end their predicament.
After that, three people are said to have committed the crime.