Indian man kills mother, drinks her blood

Published: January 6, 2019
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Eye witness says culprit first hacked body into pieces and then threw her into fire. PHOTO: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES

Eye witness says culprit first hacked body into pieces and then threw her into fire. PHOTO: INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES

A 27-year-old man not only killed his mother but then also proceeded to drink her blood and chop her body into pieces in India’s Chhattisgarh state, according to The International Business Times.

The incident was witnessed by a woman who was too scared to mention it to anyone. But three days later, she reported the crime. However, by then, the Dilip Yadav, the 27-year-old had chopped his mother’s corpse into small pieces and burnt it.

Dilip was heavily influenced by tantric practices and often spoke of performing human sacrifice.

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Samiran Yadav, the eye-witness, told authorities she was on her way to meet a friend and had to cross Dilip’s house. She heard strange noises and when she looked inside, she saw Dilip hacking his mother’s neck, chest and head with an axe. He then went on to lick the blood that was pouring out of the cuts, even though his mother was still alive and could be seen struggling to breathe.

Samiran went on to say that Dilip then proceeded to cut his mother’s body into pieces and throw them into a fire. Samiran ran back home and took a few days to recover from the incident. Later, she confided in her son-in-law about it.

The son-in-law reported the incident to the police on Thursday night. However, Dilip was not to be found anywhere.

Upon searching his house, the police found books on tantric practices and also chunks of human flesh and puja items too. Blood splatters were also seen on the walls.

Dilip is currently on the run and the police are on a lookout for him. They suspect that Dilip blamed his mother for the breakdown of his marriage and also for his father’s and brother’s death.

Neighbours also told them that he used to call her a witch.

The article originally appeared in the International Business Times

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