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from New Karala

GUWAHATI, INDIA - A tea garden worker in Assam killed two people and chopped their bodies into pieces because he suspected they had cast evil spells on his sons.

A police official said the tribal man, Bhim Turi, attacked and killed the two men Sunday with sharp weapons at the Rajmai tea garden in Sivasagar district, east of Assam's main city of Guwahati.

On Sunday evening, the 45-year-old garden worker attacked the alleged sorcerer with a machete and killed him at an isolated area inside the plantation.

"Turi had sliced the body into pieces and was preparing to bury in a pit nearby when another garden worker saw him," a police official said.

Turi pounced on him and killed him as well thinking he was also a partner of the victim.

"He finished chopping off the two dead bodies into pieces when a group of garden workers spotted him," the official said.

Police arrested Turi after the workers managed to capture him.

"It is shocking that even in this age you find about 200 people killed each year, inspired by superstitions," Assam's Inspector General of Police said. "We need to get rid of these practices and beliefs, to save innocent lives being lost."

Superstitious beliefs, black magic and demonology form an integral part of tribal customs.

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