Kaushambi police rescues 6-year-old Golu after Ghanti Bajao's report

18 Sep 2019 08:39 AM

Kaushambi police rescues 6-year-old Golu after Ghanti Bajao's report

Updated 18 Sep 2019 08:39 AM

Such sensational case of rumor and superstition has come up in Kaushambi, the hometown of UP Deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya. The one incident who has snatched childhood from an innocent. Here a few days ago it was rumored that a six-year-old child, who touches anyone, that person will get rid of its serious problems. This rumor has such wings that these days a crowd of five to ten thousand is coming to the child's house every day to get rid of the ailments by getting their treatment. Due to superstition and rumor, the child's village has a fair all day. Not from the surrounding districts, but from big cities like Delhi and Mumbai, many people are coming to see the six-year-old Baba Ji and get treatment from him.

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