A controversial religious practice has come to light from Uttar Pradesh’s Unnao district. The Unnao police on Tuesday saved the life of a sadhu who was allegedly taking samadhi.
Sharing a video of this incident a journalist wrote that the local police rescued a young man from taking suicide attempt. An FIR was lodged against the local sadhus for being involved in this controversial religious practice.
Asiwan police station in-charge Anurag Singh said that some people from Tejpur village informed them that a 22-year-old man was taking samadhi outside the village. He was identified as ShubhaM Kumar.
The police reached the spot on time. According to the police, his friends were helping him in this controversial practice. Somehow, they rescued the youth.
Talking to the local media, Shubham said that he wanted to get salvation and committed to taking salvation on the Navratra.
Police said that his friend Rahul, a resident of Pariyar, and two others were taken into custody. However, his friends claimed that they stopped him from this practice, but he refused that.
On September 25, another shocking incident came to light from Unnao when a 55-year-old sadhu died after being beaten by a snake. He was posing for Instagram reel makers with a poisonous snake wrapped around his neck. He was taken to a local hospital but the doctors referred him to the King George’s Medical University (KGMU) in Lucknow. A video of this incident went viral on social media.