Burari death case: Mysterious tantric Gada Baba on Delhi Police radar
New Delhi : With no concrete reason behind the suicide of 11 people of a family in Burari death case, the Delhi Police is now suspecting the hand of a mysterious tantric Gada Baba. It has been learned that the family - to which all the deceased belonged - were under influence of a self-styled, who practiced some banyan tree occult.
A manhunt for the Gada Baba has also been launched. It is believed that the tantric may had brainwashed the family for committing suicide. The suspense on the baba gets stronger as his activity resembles to the one mentioned in the diary received by the Delhi Police.
It has references saying that the dead bodies should resemble the prop roots (stranglers) of a banyan tree. The handwritten notes call this "badh tapasya" saying that doing this would "make God happy". Ten of the 11 dead bodies were found hanging from an iron mesh in the house.
According to a media report, Lalit Bhatia had special belief on the tantric, after he had helped him in restoring the voice of his son.
Incidentally, the post-mortem report indicates that 45-year-old Lalit Bhatia and his 42-year-old wife Tina were the last to die. Their 15-year-old son Shivam was also among those found dead.
The diary or the notes recovered from the houses are said to have been written by Lalit Bhatia in his own handwriting. At one point the notes say that "the human body is temporary and one can overcome fear by covering their eyes and mouth".