Burari Deaths (11 mass suicide) Due to sick mental health.
Mental health is as important as physical health. You are the result of mental health. You take decision according to your state of mind . If you are in resourceful state you take positive decision and action and if you are in unresourceful state you take negative decision and action.
Do you remember The Burari deaths, refer to the deaths of eleven family members of the Chundawat family known as Bhatia family from Burari, Delhi, India, in 2018. Ten people were found hanged, while the oldest family member, the grandmother, was strangled. The bodies were found on 1 July 2018 early morning . The police ruled the deaths as mass suicide, motivated by the youngest son Lalit.
Here one person of the family Lailit was suffering with “shared delusional disorder” after his father’s death. He convinced every member of the family that he was possessed by his father’s soul who advised him the ways to attain a good life. Since 2007 he had been maintaining a diary on his father’s “instructions”. Later he told his family that father told him to perform KRIYA together to be saved from an upcoming doom. The entry read: “Antim samay mein, aakhri ichha ki purti ke waqt, aasman hilega dharti kaanpegi, us waqt tum ghabrana mat, mantra ka jaap badha dena, mein aakar utar loonga aur ko bhi utarne mein madad karunga (in your last hours, while your last wish is fulfilled, the sky will open up and the earth will shake, don’t panic but start chanting the mantra louder. I will come to save you and others).” Lalit Bhatia allegedly told the family that he received this message from his father. The family was very superstitious and apparently believed that the end of the world was coming
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