In a strange turn of happenings, an investigation into the disappearance of Air India representative Sulakshana Narula, who was absent since September last year, cannot be completed owing to what is described 'Maha Dosh' in astrology.
As per reports, the case was forwarded to the Delhi Crime division in 2018 however it cannot carry on with the said case till the time, the missing individual’s bad phase or ‘maha dosh’ finishes up.
Inspector Vijay Samaria made Sulakshna's son Anubhav to offer him his mom's horoscope and after that, he showed Samaria mom’s horoscope to his astrologist together with his own horoscope. After that, Samaria talked to his personal astrologer together with his personal horoscope.
It came out that both Sulakshana and Samaria had a Maha dosh, which will finish up on April 19. The police official is sure that he will locate Sulakashna anytime after April 20 when the stars are in favor.
The family members are dissatisfied with the approach the case has been addressed.
While talking to media people, Anubhav stated, “We don’t believe in such things but it was very odd that an inspector asked us to perform an ‘upaya’ (remedy). He asked me to go to Chattarpur Temple which has the statue of Goddess Baglamukhi. So I went there and did the upaya.”
ACP Jasbir Singh added that Sulakshna's family discussed with their astrologist and thought that she would be discovered in Haridwar, Mathura or Virandavan. The probing official, Vijay Samaria, checked out these places more than two times, but they found nothing.
As per reports, the 58-year-old Narula went missing during September 2018.
His son also created an application program named Find Mrs Sulakshna Narula that has a thorough report of his mom and the family’s contact facts. They have made announcement of a prize of Rs 1 lakh for the individual who finds her.
The report added that Narula was suffering from depressive disorder since July 2018 owing to private and expert problems. But, Jasbir Singh stated that they had hunted all shelter homes too but all for nothing.
"We believe in scientific investigation, but if an inspector supports victim's family members with a personal touch, it affects the ongoing probe. I don't know about any horoscope and bad phase theories,” he stated.